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Tabish’s Top 5 Art exhibitions to see in London this week

September 10, 2013 EVENTS, Feature No Comments

This Tuesday Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.

1. Yuken Teruya @ Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
Review: Hand-cut trees sprout from paper bags  in an intricately impressive exhibition.

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2. Hannah Adamaszek: Through the Mind’s Eye @ Curious Duke Gallery
Review: Colourful Aztec inspired portraits in this much deserved debut solo show.

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3. Korean Collective @ Albemarle Gallery
Review: Inventive and innovative mediums make for a visually arresting sampling of a fast emerging art market.

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4. Lucid @ Clerkenwell Gallery
Review: Tom Chambers is the star of this group show with his brilliantly composed photographs of humanity interacting with nature.

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5. Dream No Small Dreams @ Ronchini Gallery
Review: A group show focussing on the increasingly popular medium of miniature sculpture.

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