Takayuki Hara: Magic We Lost

Curated by Marek Wolynski
20 – 24 January 2014
Opening: Tuesday, 21 January 2014, 6:30pm
The European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium

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Olaf Wendt: Retrospective

Show runs from 19th July to 3rd September 2012
Unit 24 Gallery is pleased to present a retrospective exhibition of works by visual effects artist, supervisor and director Olaf Wendt.

This exhibition showcases images from a number of his projects executed in the 1990′s including record covers, a tech-noir action adventure game called Burn: Cycle and Virtual Nightclub, an interactive music experience.

See article at www.rp.pl.
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Exhibition & Event Space

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Ian Emes – One of These Days

1 March – 28 March 2012
private view: 1 March 2011 7pm-9pm

private view for VIP (printed invitations only): 8 March 2011 7pm-9pm
drinks sponsored by Peroni and Movida

ONE OF THESE DAYS is a retrospective of Ian Emes work over 40 years, beginning with his association with Pink Floyd through to current installation films. “I hope that my journey will provide some encouragement to aspiring artists and filmmakers in the face of today’s economic climate”- says Ian.

See also article on theupcoming.co.uk
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Jasper and Harry’s Tate Modern

Exhibition by Jasper Joffe and Harry William Pye
9 Dec 2010 to 22 Jan 2011, Unit24

See also Art Sleuth
and the piece at tragicosmic.blogspot.com
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Cats and Dogs – video

Private View: Wednesday 6th July 2011

Cats and Dogs

UNIT 24 is pleased to invite animals and art lovers to the exhibition
PRIVATE VIEW DATE: 6 July 2011 6:30pm-9:30pm
Exhibition until 29 July 2011
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“Circuit” Exhibtion by James Hutchinson

April 21 to May 26 2011

private view April 20 2011 6pm-9:30pm
mon-wed 8am-5pm
thu-fri 8am-6:30pm
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21 April – 12 May 2012
Private view April 20th 7-9PM
Photo-Soup is a collaborative project that allows artists to disseminate their work and ideas without the the necessity to fit mainstream curatorial agendas.
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