Artists

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Oppland Åpen, Lillehammer, Norway

6 August 2016 - 27 August 2016

Oppland ÅPEN, 30th anniversary exhibition in Oppland Art Centre, Lillehammer, Norway. The works in the exhibition portraying or discussing affiliation / place in art. It may be the place you live or work, landscape, urban space, private or mental space. Marianne Brochs work, "Pair of cores" consists of 2 parts, cut out of the same mountain pine log.

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Europe

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Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY

14 August 2015 - 28 August 2016

Two pieces of my sculpture have been selected to be shown on the Saatchi Screen at the Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York's HQ, King's Road, London, SW3 4RY

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London

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Doppelgänger

17 August 2016 - 28 August 2016

Alan Dunn & Peter Suchin, Mark Fairnington, Charles Gray, Charlie Godet Thomas, Susie Green, Sharon Hall, Brigitte Jurack, Bernadette O’Toole, Catherine Parsonage, James Quin, Alma Tischler Wood, Roxy Walsh, Flora Whiteley and Godbold & Wood 17 – 28 August 2016, Wednesday – Sunday, 12noon - 6pm Introduction: Brigitte Jurack, 17 August 5.30 pm FINISSAGE: Thursday 25 August 6 - 8 pm 140 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6PD M: 07789 123735 www.lewishamarthouse.org.uk Doppelgänger asks the same taxing question that has set alight the heroes of the greatest writers including Baudelaire, Dostoyevsky, Flaubert, E.T.A Hoffman, Heine, Kipling and Wilde: Could there be, through the duplication of the self, the double or the shadow, a different self, a co-equivalent of the human soul? Doppelgänger focuses on this idea of the double as method and methodology of the artwork, the second work as the reflection, shadow or double of the first. In these artworks, the doubling occurs through the process of observation and making and not by means of mechanical or digital reproduction. As Jean Paul states through his tragic hero Roquairol’s in Titan: ‘Then I saw you, and wanted to become your You- but that won’t work, for I cannot go back; but you can go on ahead, one of these days you become my Self’. (Titan: A Romance, Volume 2 page 83) The exhibition is guest curated by Brigitte Jurack (Manchester/Liverpool) and founder of Alternator studio. She is also Head of sculpture/time based arts at Manchester School of Art and Co-founder of the artist’s collective Foreign Investment.

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London

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Fools and Follies, Tatton Park

20 July 2016 - 31 August 2016

David Brodie, Rebecca Halliwell-Sutton,Kieran March and Brigitte Jurack are presenting work within an enclosed mount during and after this year Tatton Garden Show. Having presented a giant golden worm during Manchester’s School of Art first Tatton Garden show exhibition in 2014, for 2016 the creature has left behind an empty shell , which glows from the undergrowth of the enclosure . Making use of the leftovers of a radical spring prune, the sculpture doubles up as a hide for all sorts of creatures great and small. B. Jurack www.brigittejurack.de

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North West

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Sculpture at Doddington Hall

29 July 2016 - 10 September 2016

New works on show as part of the indoor exhibition at Doddington Hall, Lincs

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North West

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Sculpture at Doddington 2016

30 July 2016 - 11 September 2016

Teresa Wells MRBS is taking part in Sculpture at Doddington 2016 - Featuring new work from over 80 British and European artists including Jo Taylor, Rebecca Newnham, Sam Shendi, Patricia Volk, Linda Johns, Carole Andrews and many more.

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East Midlands

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Fragmented Identities

4 August 2016 - 29 September 2016

BORDERS Festival. It's Liquid Art & Architecture Festival. 'Punctured' will be exhibited during the festival exploring material subjectivity, evocative qualities that possesses a masculine aesthetic.

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Europe

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Opening of the new season: the Anningahof Estate (The Netherlands)

26 June 2016 - 15 October 2016

Anningahof Estate will open its doors on: Sunday 26th of June at 3 p.m. PARTICIPATING SCULPTORS: 2016: Armando, Joost Bakker, Hans van Bentem, Kees Bierman, Maze de Boer, Kevin van Braak, Eelco Brand, Erik Buijs, Sjoerd Buisman, Tom Claassen, Caroline Coolen, Lisa Couwenbergh, Wia van Dijk, Nicolas Dings, Moritz Ebinger, Robin Gerris, Gerard Groenewoud & Tilly Buij, Stefan Gross, Klaas Gubbels, Kim Habers, Jeroen Henneman, Ewerdt Hilgemann, Marieke de Jong, Damian Kapojos, Wouter Klein Velderman, Jeffry Koopman, Maartje Korstanje, Axel & Helena van der Kraan, Bastienne Kramer, Jeroen Kuster, Herman Lamers, Couzijn van Leeuwen, Lotje de Lussanet, Marjolijn Mandersloot, Ingrid Mol, Herbert Nouwens, Chris Peterson, André Pielage, Onno Poiesz, Barbera Polderman, Lorenzo Quintanilla, Paul de Reus, Cornelius Rogge, Marc de Roover, Theo Schepens, Elisa van Schie, Arie Schippers, Tanja Smeets, Luk van Soom, Elisabeth Stienstra, Maurice van Tellingen, Pim Trooster, Levi van Veluw, Emo Verkerk, Henk Visch, Jan Eric Visser, Rob Voerman, Sjef Voets, André Volten, Auke de Vries, Famke van Wijk, Corine Zomer.

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Europe

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Artist At War

7 October 2015 - 24 October 2016

On this fourteenth anniversary of the official US-lead War on Terror, artists@WAR is a visual discussion of war posited as a new antiwar movement. Exhibition Curated by Jon Ross at present online, then London,New York. I have a number of sculptures in this mixed exhibition

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Rest of the World

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Beyond at Burghley House

30 April 2016 - 31 October 2016

A polished stainless steel sculpture composed of 3 identical portals set equidistant from each other in a wide dell. The geometry changes as the viewer walks around and through the sculpture

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East Midlands

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“sur les chemins du bambou” by laurent martin “Lo”

18 June 2016 - 27 November 2016

A gravity-defying bamboo installation located in the main gallery of the Can Mario Museum at Palafrugell (Girona, Spain). The floating sculptures with their subtle and balanced movements, the perspective of the room, the air, the light and the shadows all evoke an interior landscape of harmony and calm. The curves and lines of the bamboo sketch the calligraphy of the Kosmos in its deepest sense; the harmonious musical score of earth, fire, water and air symbolised by the dancing of the "phoenix", "enlaces", "bambooques", "galaxias"... In a smaller room next to the main gallery, we are met by "energy dome", a large floating dome. Under its shelter we can feel energy and equilibrium given off by the bamboo. A unique sensorial and intellectual experience. For a private visit with the artist, please contact mercedesdurban@aficionarte.com Running until 27 Nov, 2016 Costa Brava- Empordà. Spain

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Europe

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Golden Rain, Michael Petry, FRBS

26 April 2013 - 31 December 2016

This large scale mirrored glass installation has just been given by Donna MacMillan to the Palm Springs Art Museum for their permanent collection. It consists of 100 large sealed bottles suspended down 3 floors in their main entrance to the collection. Each bottle contain a work/message by another artist who I invited to participate in the original project commissioned by Ha gamle prestegard for Stavanger 2008 - when it was European City of Culture. The work was originally installed in a 6 story lighthouse and recalls the classical story of Zeus and Danae, where in order to have her he turns himself into a shower of gold.

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Rest of the World

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Ronald Rae Sculpture Exhibition at The Falkirk Wheel.

23 April 2016 - 23 April 2017

A thought-provoking exhibition of ten hand-carved granite sculptures mainly of animals featuring Rae's tender Heavy Horse and Foal, an endangered Elephant Family and his latest work Gorilla Family.

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Scotland

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“Flight of the Langoustine” / Crowd-Funding for The Hove Plinth

14 July 2015 - 1 January 2020

"Flight of the Langoustine" Bronze & Steel / Public Realm. Pierre Diamantopoulo MRBS. One of three winning sculptures awarded a place on the forthcoming Hove Plinth. Each sculpture will be taking its turn on the Plinth on the Hove Seafront Promenade for a period of 12 - 18 months, then will be allocated a permanent site in Hove and Brighton. This will be an ongoing programme of sculptures, on a similar basis to The Forth Plinth at Trafalgar Square. Maquettes have already been commissioned and fund-raising has started with a view to installing sculptures from Spring 2017. “Flight of the Langoustine” was inspired after a bit of beach-combing. A storm had deposited a mangled lobster pot yards from my (first) studio under the arches in Brighton. This washed-up object had been a means of escape for the lobsters and this translated itself into a human story of exodus and release – a dash for freedom." The Crowdfunding Campaign for the Hove Plinth has started to raise the last tranche needed for completion of the Plinth itself. Nearly there - all support welcome! http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/hove-plinth

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South East

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Henry Castle -  Coal Measure Giants, Forest of Dean Sculpture trail

15 July 2016 - 30 November 2022

The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail celebrates 30 years of commissioning contemporary artworks this July, and will mark the occasion with two new permanent commissions by artists Henry Castle and Pomona Zipser, which will be unveiled on 15th July 2016. In Coal Measure Giants, rising British star Henry Castle brings to the surface aspects of what lies hidden beneath the Forest’s surface. Exploring the geological, industrial and sociological aspects of the Forest’s history, visitors will be able to touch the fossilised remains of 300 million year old trees and see the form of the mine shaft sets that provided a livelihood for generations of local freeminers. Two sculptures placed 300 metres apart act as markers, measuring the depth of the coal seam that lies directly below the ground. The work invites the public to experience a physical expression of this vertical depth.

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South West