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May 2019

What Does Woman Want?

10 May
Freud Museum London, 20 Maresfield Gardens
London, NW3 5SX United Kingdom
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£8 – £12

The relation of psychoanalysis, sexuality, and femininity is complex and laden with controversy. From its inception, psychoanalytic thought about female development was largely defined by men. Sabina Spielrein, Anna Freud, Lou Andreas-Salome, and Marie Bonaparte were among the intimate circle of Freud’s Women who challenged the main pillars of the 19th/early 20th century patriarchal social order.

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Great British Jews: A Celebration – Curator talk

13 May 3:00 pm
Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House 129-131 Albert Street
London, NW1 7NB United Kingdom
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Free

This playful exhibition celebrates the huge contribution that Jews have made to this country across a variety of cultural, scientific and commercial fields.

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June 2019

Refugees, Newcomers, Citizens: Migration Stories from Picture Post, 1938-56

3 June - 5 July
Peltz Gallery, 43, Gordon Square
London, WC1H 0PD United Kingdom

This exhibition brings together for the first time over sixty original prints by renowned émigré photographers Gerti Deutsch and Kurt Hutton, together with Bert Hardy and Haywood Magee, revealing Picture Post magazine’s stories of refugees and immigrants to Britain from the 1930s to the 1950s. 

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‘Jankel Adler: A “Degenerate” Artist in Britian, 1940-49’

3 June - 8 July
Ben Uri Gallery & Museum, 108a Boundary Road, off Abbey Road
London, NW8 0RH United Kingdom
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"Adler died last summer in exile without a passport; driftwood cast upon a foreign shore by the European hurricane".

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20:20 vision

16 June
Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road
London, South Kensigton SW7 2RL United Kingdom
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20:20 vision is a dynamic arts and community legacy project from not-for-profits Salusbury WORLD Refugee Centre and FotoDocument, which celebrates the contribution of refugees to the UK. The work focuses on 20 children from diverse backgrounds who arrived in the UK circa 1999 and casts a long lens over their lives and achievements fast forwarding 20 years later to 2019.

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‘You, me and those who came before’: Queen Elizabeth Hall

17 June - 23 June
Southbank, Queen Elizabeth Hall
London, SE1 8XX United Kingdom
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Free

As part of  Refugee Week Festival 2019, Counterpoints commissioned the celebrated photographer, Jillian Edelstein to respond to this year’s theme of the festival – ‘You, me and those who came before’. The result is a stunning series of portraits featuring first and second generation ‘refugees’, many of whom are public figures who we would not commonly associate with displacement.

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‘You, me and those who came before’: V&A

17 June - 23 June
V&A, Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge
London, SW7 2RL United Kingdom
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Free

As part of  Refugee Week Festival 2019, Counterpoints commissioned the celebrated photographer, Jillian Edelstein to respond to this year’s theme of the festival – ‘You, me and those who came before’. The result is a stunning series of portraits featuring first and second generation ‘refugees’, many of whom are public figures who we would not commonly associate with displacement.

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Great British Jews: A Celebration – Curator talk

17 June 3:00 pm
Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House 129-131 Albert Street
London, NW1 7NB United Kingdom
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Free

This playful exhibition celebrates the huge contribution that Jews have made to this country across a variety of cultural, scientific and commercial fields.

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The Life and Work of Friedrich Nagler: A Conversation

22 June
Hove Museum and Art Gallery, 19 New Church Road
Hove, East Sussex BN3 4AB United Kingdom
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Free

Join Friedrich Nagler’s sons, Mervyn and Martin, in a conversation about this extraordinary artist to discuss their father’s life, experience and work.

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Naomi Blake 1924-2018 – Artist Open House

29 June - 30 June
Artists’ Open House, 41 Woodside Avenue
London, N10 3HY United Kingdom
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Free

For 50 years Naomi Blake gave life and shape to sculpture dedicated to victims of the Holocaust, while expressing positive hopes for the future and the promotion of understanding between faiths. As part of the East Finchley Artists Open House Festival you are now invited to view Naomi’s home, studio and beautiful sculpture and hear her inspirational story.

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Naomi Blake 1924-2018 – Artist Open House

30 June
Artists’ Open House, 41 Woodside Avenue
London, N10 3HY United Kingdom
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Free

For 50 years Naomi Blake gave life and shape to sculpture dedicated to victims of the Holocaust, while expressing positive hopes for the future and the promotion of understanding between faiths. As part of the East Finchley Artists Open House Festival you are now invited to view Naomi’s home, studio and beautiful sculpture and hear her inspirational story.

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July 2019

Naomi Blake 1924-2018 – Artist Open House

6 July - 7 July
Artists’ Open House, 41 Woodside Avenue
London, N10 3HY United Kingdom
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Free

For 50 years Naomi Blake gave life and shape to sculpture dedicated to victims of the Holocaust, while expressing positive hopes for the future and the promotion of understanding between faiths. As part of the East Finchley Artists Open House Festival you are now invited to view Naomi’s home, studio and beautiful sculpture and hear her inspirational story.

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