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Exhibitions round up

Issue No. 2408

Issa Samb—From the Ethics of Acting to the Empire without Signs

Issa Samb was a founding member of Dakar Laboratoire Agit’Art in Senegal—an artists’ collective that produces subversive art.

This solo exhibition centres on an installation combining items imported from Senegal with those from London street markets. These will be shown alongside illustrations and videos.  

Issa Samb—From the Ethics of Acting to the Empire without Signs

Iniva, Rivington Place, London EC2A 3BA
until 26 July. Free admission
rivingtonplace.org

Der Krieg by Otto Dix

Otto Dix signed up to the German army in the jingoistic frenzy as the First World War was declared. 

After his horrific experiences in the trenches he become an important radical artist.

This exhibition shows 19 prints from Der Krieg (The War), which came out on the tenth anniversary of the outbreak of war in 1924. 

Der Krieg by Otto Dix
De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN40 1DP 
until 27 July. Free entry 
dlwp.com

Mondrian and His Studios  

The Dutch artist Piet Modrian was at the forefront of developing abstract art. 

This exhibition features his art, but also looks into how the artist worked and his relationship to architecture and urbanism.

Mondrian and His Studios  
Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, L3 4BB 
until 5 October. £10/£7.50 
tate.org.uk

 


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