Afternoon events, Visual art, Sculpture

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Dark Matters

Art inspired by the themes of dark matter, the hypothetical matter which accounts for otherwise inexplicable gravitational effects, and dark energy, a widely accepted hypothetical form of energy which accelerates the expansion of the universe.

Edinburgh Printmakers

Sat 4 Apr

Free / 0131 557 2479

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Columbidae

Group show with Essex/Olivares, Melanie Matranga, Barbara T. Smith, Dena Yago. Curated by Laura McLean-Ferris.

Cell Project Space, London E2

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 020 7241 3600

  • 12:00 – 18:00 Columbidae Cell Project Space, London

Sat 28 Mar

Free / 020 7241 3600

  • 12:00 – 18:00 Columbidae Cell Project Space, London

Sun 29 Mar

Free / 020 7241 3600

  • 12:00 – 18:00 Columbidae Cell Project Space, London
…and 28 more dates until 17 May

Aabru Art's Transcending Boundaries 2015

The largest selling modern and contemporary West African art show in London featuring work by 35 Nigerian artists.

Asia House, London W1G

Wed 22 Apr

Free / 07847 244217

Thu 23 Apr

Free / 07847 244217

The Colour of Life

Work by gallery artists.

Velvet Easel Gallery, Edinburgh

Sun 29 Mar

Free / 0131 629 1121

Sun 5 Apr

Free / 0131 629 1121

Sun 12 Apr

Free / 0131 629 1121

…and 11 more dates until 28 Jun

Liz Larner: Space is better than time, but time is OK

Work by renowned American installation artist.

The Modern Institute, Glasgow

Sat 28 Mar

Free / 0141 248 3711

Sat 4 Apr

Free / 0141 248 3711

Sat 11 Apr

Free / 0141 248 3711

…and 6 more dates until 23 May back to top

The Violet Crab

Artist Than Hussein Clark looks to cabaret with over 100 works by artists including Charles Avery, Enrico David, Cerith Wyn Evans, Pierre Huyghe, Roy Lichenstein, Helmut Newton, Grayson Perry Cindy Sherman, Anj Smith, Andy Warhol.

David Roberts Art Foundation, London NW1

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 020 7383 3004

Sat 28 Mar

Free / 020 7383 3004

Thu 2 Apr

Free / 020 7383 3004

…and 14 more dates until 2 May

Alison Cooke

The Association of Clay Workers Union, are holding an exhibition of five ceramic artists that subvert traditional styles. Held in a Victorian toilet, the work includes fragments from a reconstruction of Bazalgette's super sewer.

Arts Lav, London SE11

Mon 13 Apr

Free

Tue 14 Apr

Free

Wed 15 Apr

Free

Thu 16 Apr

Free

Anne Hardy

Photographed sculptural installations from the English artist.

The Common Guild, Glasgow

Sat 6 Jun

Free / 0141 428 3022

  • 12:00 – 17:00 Anne Hardy The Common Guild, Glasgow

Sun 7 Jun

Free / 0141 428 3022

  • 12:00 – 17:00 Anne Hardy The Common Guild, Glasgow

Wed 10 Jun

Free / 0141 428 3022

  • 12:00 – 17:00 Anne Hardy The Common Guild, Glasgow
…and 44 more dates until 9 Aug

The Artist and the Sea

Images of the sea by generations of Scottish artists, drawn from the Centre's collection.

City Art Centre, Edinburgh

Sun 27 Sep

Free / 0131 529 3993

Sun 4 Oct

Free / 0131 529 3993

Sun 11 Oct

Free / 0131 529 3993

…and 29 more dates until 8 May 2016 back to top

The Attic Club Art Fair

Variety of media used by a diverse collection of sussex based artists.

Ditchling Village Hall, Hassocks

Fri 24 Apr

Free / 07758 752257

Ben Uri Centenary Exhibition: Uncovering A Century Of Art, Identity And Migration

To celebrate Ben Uri's foundation in 1915, this unique exhibition exploring the experience of identity and migration during the last century, also offers a rare chance to view many masterpieces from the museum's collection. Encompassing paintings, work on paper, sculpture, new media and archival pieces, the exhibition…

Ben Uri Gallery, London NW8

Sun 29 Mar

Free / 020 7604 3991

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 020 7604 3991

Sun 5 Apr

Free / 020 7604 3991

…and 51 more dates until 28 Sep

Birmingham Show

Birmingham Show is an exhibition as history and not history, connecting gaps, distances and potentials of artists who have lived, worked or studied within the city.

Eastside Projects, Birmingham

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 0121 771 1778

Sat 28 Mar

Free / 0121 771 1778

Wed 1 Apr

Free / 0121 771 1778

…and 7 more dates until 11 Apr

The Bron Yr Aur Project Exhibition Launch

Art exhibition inspired by Bron Yr Aur the famous Welsh cottage where Led Zeppelin stayed in 1970 leading to some of their finest and most respected work. Paintings, carvings, photographics prints, Book launch and auction of signed Items.

Owain Glyndwr Centre, Machynlleth

Sat 25 Apr

Free / 01654 702932

Sun 26 Apr

Free / 01654 702932

Mon 27 Apr

Free / 01654 702932

…and 2 more dates until 29 Apr

Classical Art: The Legacy of the Ancients

Contemporary and classical art celebrating the enduring legacy of the classical era.

McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum

Sun 29 Mar

Free / 01382 307200

Sun 5 Apr

Free / 01382 307200

Sun 12 Apr

Free / 01382 307200

…and 4 more dates until 10 May back to top

Contemporary Craft Fair

A treasure trove of some of the finest, handmade art and craft created by some of the very best craftsmen and artists in the UK. Beautiful, original, unique handcrafted work of the very best standards of craftsmanship.

Kent College, Canterbury

Fri 17 Apr

£4

Daniel Buren

A major survey of work by the influential, French conceptual artist known for his adoption of the 8.7cm vertical stripe used as a visual tool to analyse the relationship between a work of art and its surroundings.

Whitechapel Gallery, London E1

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 020 7522 7888

David McDiarmid: Projection

Sculptural installation by Edinburgh-based artist interested in the concept of megalomania in architecture.

Interviewroom 11, Edinburgh

Fri 10 Apr

Free

Wed 15 Apr

Free

Thu 16 Apr

Free

…and 4 more dates until 24 Apr

David Watkinson Sculpture Exhibition

Exhibition of seven sculptures which symbolise Nature's evolution, harmony and drama, and exemplify David's exploitation of symmetry, light and movement.

The Alnwick Garden

Fri 27 Mar

Free, plus admission £7.32, child £2.30, concs £5.54, family £16.72, under 4s free / 01665 511350

Sat 28 Mar

Free, plus admission £7.32, child £2.30, concs £5.54, family £16.72, under 4s free / 01665 511350

Sun 29 Mar

Free, plus admission £7.32, child £2.30, concs £5.54, family £16.72, under 4s free / 01665 511350

…and 3 more dates until 1 Apr

El Anatsui: Selected Works

Solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist, El Anatsui. The focus will be on an array of magnificent metal wall-hanging sculptures, including works displayed for the first time in London.

October Gallery, London WC1N

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 020 7242 7367

Sat 28 Mar

Free / 020 7242 7367

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Georgina Starr

A solo exhibition of works by the British artist exploring many aspects of Starr's oeuvre from her early interest and study in ceramics and sculpture to her most recent large-scale installations and theatrical events that incorporate film, performance and sound.

mima – Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Sun 5 Apr

Free / 01642 726720

  • 12:00 – 16:00 Georgina Starr mima – Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Sun 12 Apr

Free / 01642 726720

  • 12:00 – 16:00 Georgina Starr mima – Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Sun 19 Apr

Free / 01642 726720

  • 12:00 – 16:00 Georgina Starr mima – Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art
…and 5 more dates until 24 May

Launch Pad: Manchester School of Art, Graduates 2014

Venue Federation House, Federation St / Balloon St, Manchester M4 2AH Exhibition continues: 27-29 March 2015 Open: 1-6pm

Federation House, Manchester

Fri 27 Mar

Free

Sat 28 Mar

Free

Sun 29 Mar

Free

Los Carpinteros

An exhibition of works by Cuban art collective Los Carpinteros at Parasol unit, London. The duo's first major show in a public London institution, includes extensive installations, sculptures, watercolour drawings and a film screening.

Parasol Unit, London N1

Sun 29 Mar

Free / 020 7490 7373

Sun 5 Apr

Free / 020 7490 7373

Sun 12 Apr

Free / 020 7490 7373

…and 6 more dates until 24 May

Maggi Hambling: War & Requiem

Hambling's installation War Requiem provides the focus for this exhibition, documented here in video form, alongside a new series of paintings which represent themes of victimhood, violence, and the imagination. Plus a retrospective of drawings, paintings and sculptures from the early 1980s.

King's College, London WC2R

Fri 27 Mar

Inigo Rooms, Somerset House East Wing

Free / 020 7836 5454

Sat 28 Mar

Inigo Rooms, Somerset House East Wing

Free / 020 7836 5454

Sun 29 Mar

Inigo Rooms, Somerset House East Wing

Free / 020 7836 5454

…and 54 more dates until 31 May

The Many Faces Of Harlequin

John Fortnum presents sculpture works, experimenting with new approaches and using a wide range of materials.

Rudolf Steiner House, London NW1

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 020 7723 4400

Sat 28 Mar

Free / 020 7723 4400

Mon 30 Mar

Free / 020 7723 4400

…and 10 more dates until 10 Apr back to top