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Ben Uri Research Unit

Friends and Influences

BURU (the Ben Uri Research Unit) presents Friends and Influences, the third in our series of snapshot survey exhibitions exploring a particular aspect of the Jewish and immigrant contribution to the visual arts in Britain since 1900. This display brings together paintings, drawings, etchings and lithographs by a selected group of artists united by ties of ethnicity, background, training, teaching and/or exhibiting platforms, as well as through their mutual and enduring friendships, who helped reinvigorate the post-war British art scene and are today celebrated as among the 20th/21st century’s finest exponents of the figurative tradition. Their work is examined both through their mutual friendships, and through their relationship to and conscious engagement with artists of an older generation, whose profound influence upon their own work they openly acknowledged. Thus a line of descent can be traced from the old masters, such as Dürer and Rembrandt, to the new – from Ecole de Paris artists headed by Soutine, thence to ‘Whitechapel Boy’ David Bomberg, and finally, through him to Frank Auerbach and the late, and much missed, Leon Kossoff, who sadly passed away on 4th July 2019. The display focuses on portraits from a close circle of sitters including friends and family by selected so-called ‘School of London’ artists. They are represented here by Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff and R. B. Kitaj, who first coined this controversial label (disputed by the majority of its ‘members’) in 1976. This is only one of a number of common bonds: all the artists shared a Jewish and immigrant background: Berlin-born Auerbach and Freud both fled Nazi-Germany for Britain in the 1930s; Kossoff was born to Russian immigrant parents in Islington; and Kitaj, born in Ohio, USA, trained at art school in England, as did New York-born Sandra Fisher, who became his second wife. During the Second World War, Freud, as a nineteen-year-old, served as a merchant seaman in the Atlantic convoy (1940-41). Later, the seventeen-year-old Kitaj also served as a merchant seaman with a Norwegian freighter in 1949.

Ben Uri Research Unit

100 for 100: Ben Uri, Past, Present and Future

From 21 May until 9 June 2016, at the generous invitation of Christie's, Ben Uri Gallery and Museum presents a unique exhibition celebrating its past, present and future sharing the vision driving the museum into its second millennium. Bringing together 100 works for 100 years, the majority from the celebrated permanent collection, augmented by a number of generous loans from contemporary artists from émigré and refugee backgrounds, the exhibition displays 100 works by some 90 artists across a range of media and practices, highlighting the significant and continuing relationship between immigration and art.


Atmungsferment - Labor

18 Jun 2021 – 21 Jun 2021

Die Fotokünstlerin Wiebke Kahn zeigt ihren Blick in die Labore des "SFB – 1078 Protonation Dynamics in Protein Function" (ein Sonderforschungsbereich mit Beteiligung von FU Berlin, HU Berlin, TU Berlin und Charité Berlin sowie der TU Dresden). In diesen Laboren wird u.a. an Cytochrome c Oxidase, dem Atmungsferment, geforscht. Hier stehen die Messgeräte und experimentellen Aufbauten, mit denen Daten gewonnen werden, die gewissenhaft interpretiert, zu einem besseren Verständnis dieses Proteins führen sollen. Das Geheimnis unseres Verhältnisses zum Sauerstoff manifestiert sich in der Funktion des Atmungsferments. Erst durch seine Katalyse wird Sauerstoff zum energiespendenden Molekül, das wir Atmen.

Illustrative Voices

Think Out Loud

16 Jun 2021 – 21 Jul 2021

An art exhibition spotlighting artists' experiences of social inequities and their visions of social justice

Médecins Sans Frontières/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF)

50 Years of Humanity

16 Jun 2021 – 31 Dec 2021

The Russian version of the exhibition by Médecins Sans Frontières/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF).



25 Jun 2021 – 28 Jun 2021

Tubes Artists Gallery

Princess Street Gallery

20 Jun 2021 – 20 Jul 2021

Princess Gallery is one of three exhibitions of the project Manchester 2020 Vision exhibitions. Exhibitions running from June 20 2021 to March 2022


Once was Paradise

Werner Fohrer

NATURE (Anonymous Place, Waterface)

시간을 멈추는 사람들

우리가 기억하는 시간 : Remember our time

13 Jun 2021 – 26 Jun 2021

우리는 일상을 살아가면서 매시간 많은 일들을 경험합니다. 우리가 겪는 모든 소중한 순간들을 머릿속 한켠에 선명하게 저장하고싶지만 아무리 소중한 추억이라고 해도 금방 희미하게 사라져 버리는 기억에 아쉬운 감정이 들기 마련입니다. 그 모든 순간, 우리가 기억하는 시간을 오래도록 간직하기 위해서 우리는 사진을 찍어 우리의 시간을 남겨보고자 합니다. 시간을 멈추는 사람들의 수습 사진전에 방문하여 소중한 시간들을 공유했으면 하는 바람입니다.


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Come fly with me!

18 Jun 2021 – 20 Jun 2021

Fotografie Berlin e.V. supports young photographic artists in Berlin. As a place of multicultural artistic production and lively exchange, the voluntary collective supports the preservation and development of analogue techniques since it was founded in 1983. This year our artists invite you to a collective exhibition presenting various works, that were inspired by the topic of "flying" and exclusively created for the festival. Participants: Alina Cherubin | Danil Khromov | Fred Ferschke | Joanna Chwilkowska | Robert Crahmer | Sina Mühlbauer Cover Photo © Danil Khromov, 2021

Mornay Viljoen

Selected Works 2021 - Mornay Viljoen is an artist who lives in Rooiels, near Cape Town, South Africa. His preferred medium is oil and enjoys painting figures ,portraits and landscapes. Here is some of his most recent works.

Mornay Viljoen is an artist who lives in Rooiels, near Cape Town. He grew up on their family farm in Elgin and studied fine art at the Andrew Owen school of art. His preferred medium is oil and enjoys painting figures and portraits, but does not limit himself to any particular subject. In 2019 he was selected to be in the Sanlam New Signatures Catalogue and final Exhibition and was a finalist in the SANLAM PORTRAIT awards. Aside from his passion for painting, Mornay is also skilled in carpentry.

Ben Uri Research Unit

Interstices - Discovering the Ben Uri Collection, Curated by René Gimpel

'The Ben Uri collection is a treasure trove. It’s an honour and a privilege to be invited to delve into it, with carte blanche as to my selection for this exhibition. After several days sifting through the image library, I settled on two criteria. One based on aesthetic considerations; the other, on singling out artworks corresponding to a personal narrative. Inevitably, the two overlap because I consider the choices all to have artistic merit and this being a personal selection, it reflects my values. The professional, the political and the personal intertwine.' René Gimpel, September 2020


김락현 오선아

Gresham Art Gallery at San Bernardino Valley College

Dawn Miller: Do You See What I See

17 Jun 2021 – 31 Oct 2021

Welcome to the Laurie Klein’s Knee Deep Student Show 2021

Renaissance Art Gallery

Earth Keeper | Melissa Villaseñor

16 Jun 2021

“Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty. Thus wrote the English critic John Ruskin. Lisa Villaseñor, in her first solo exhibition titled “Earth Keeper” at the Renaissance Gallery, captures in her works the infinite beauty of her experiences both as an artist and a plantita. As an “earth keeper” herself, Villaseñor maintains a constant dialogue and intimacy with nature, from which the artist summons the most intense color and light, relishing and reveling in its atmosphere. Melissa Villaseñor obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, majoring in Interior Design, from the University of Santo Tomas in 1994. She has been a member of Art Wednesday since 2007 and was its president in 2012 until 2017. Re-elected in 2019, she continues to head Art Wednesday. Villaseñor is also a founding member of Floral Artists Manila, established in 2017. “Earth Keeper” is curated by Noli Romero. Exhibition Notes by Cid Reyes Renaissance Gallery is at the 4/F., The Artwalk, Bldg. A, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Mandaluyong City. For inquiries, call: 0925-5557-790.

Alice-Anne Augustin


11 Jun 2021 – 30 Jun 2021

Physiquement localisée au 2, Rue Barbès à Pointe-à-Pitre en Guadeloupe, La Galerie est ouverte de 10h à 18h du Mardi au Samedi.



17 Jun 2021 – 17 Jun 2022

An intriguing and insightful exploration of the space around us.

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