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Five shows to see in London this week

12.10.2016

Picks by Vivi Kallinikou

So many exhibitions, so little time. Here's this week's handy round-up of top shows worth your time. Free and open to all. 

Molly Soda at Annka Kultys Gallery

A self-described ‘webcam princess,’ Molly Soda works across a variety of digital platforms, producing videos, GIFs, zines, and web-based performance art. Her work explores the technological mediation of self-identity, contemporary feminism, culture, and perversion.

Opening: Thursday 13 October 2016, 6-8pm. Exhibition Open: Wed–Sat 12–6pm. Free Admission. 

Shona Illingworth at CGP London

Taking over both venues in Southwark Park, Shona Illingworth's powerful multi-screen installation explores the impact of amnesia and the erasure of individual and cultural memory.

Exhibition Open: Thur-Sun 11am-4pm. Free Admission. 

Vasco Araújo: Decolonial Desire at Autograph-ABP

Portuguese artist Vasco Araújo uses photography, installation and video to explore how the trauma of the colonial encounter continues to haunt the modern world.

Exhibitions Open: Tues+Wed+Fri 11am–6pm; Thurs 11am–9pm; Sat 12–6pm. Free Admission. 

JENGA - Stephanie Quayle at TJ Boulting

Stephanie Quayle's third solo show with TJ Boulting is a large-scale installation of 40 clay monkeys on a giant Jenga construction.

Exhibition Open: Tues-Sat 12-6pm. Free Admission.  

Malick Sidibé at Somerset House

First major solo exhibition in the UK of the late Malian photographer. Malick Sidibé is known for his black-and-white images chronicling the lives and culture of the Malian capital, Bamako, in the wake of the country’s independence. The exhibition launched at this year’s 1:54 and will continue throughout the winter season.

Exhibition Open: Mon, Tues, Sat+Sun 10am-6pm; Wed, Thurs+Fri 11am-8pm. Free Admission. 

Picks by ArtRabbit's Vivi Kallinikou. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram. For more updates on contemporary art events follow ArtRabbit on TwitterFacebook or Instagram, or subscribe to our Newsletter.

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