What’s on? AQNB’s weekly list of events + openings around London, Feb 27 – Mar 5

, 27 February 2018

Every week we trawl through our emails so you don’t have to. Special shout out goes to Leicester’s Two Queens who will open their new show on 3 March with artist Claire Davies, The Valley of Lost Things alongside Liam Proudman in the project space



Going Turkish in Bethnal Green: UK premiere of Benim Varoş Hikayem’s My Suburban Story  @ The Hamlet’s Pop-Up Cinema in Oxford House on 27 Feb

Service No 5,  a series of performances by Adam Linder at South London Gallery at selected dates from 28 Feb to 11 Mar

The Future is a Collective Project with Suzanne Treister at SPACE on 28 Feb

Novara IRL: MeToo, Now What? at CLF Art Cafe, Bussey Building on 28 Feb

VAT Notice 702: Works of Art with Frederique Pisuisse at changing room on 2 Mar

A Farewell to Progress talk with Rose-Anne Gush, Dorine van Meel, Naomi Tattum and Wail Qasim at South London Gallery on 2 Mar

Rye Wax presents DJ Haram (Discwoman) on 2 Mar

Cuntemporary presents, New Systems: queer and feminist curatorial practice roundtable at the Royal Academy of Arts on 3 Mar

PS/Y Projects: Fiona James and Jessica Wiesner, You Are That Technicality at Flat Time House on 3 Mar

No Symbols #11 w/ LG vs Covco, TSVI vs Wallwork, Beneath and Chloe Frieda at Ormside Projects on 3 Mar

Tenderpixel present, 3049 Clubnight with Scratcha DVA, Logos, Cõvco, patten and Moonbow (SIREN DJs) at Five Miles on 4 Mar



Rob Chavasse, The gallerist at The Sunday Painter, opening 1 Mar and running to 29 Mar

Sophia al-maria, ilysm at Project Native Informant, opening on 1 Mar and running to 21 Apr

Gaby Sahhar and Rosie Grace Ward, Totally Different Animals at Arcadia Missa. opening 2 Mar and running to 29 Mar

Ian Cheng and Sondra Perry at Serpentine Galleries, opening 5 Mar and running to 3 Jun. 


“Too bad it’s sinking”. (Self-) surveillance, climate dread & other existential terror at Miami’s Borscht Resurrected

Steph Kretowicz, Friday

Words Make Worlds: Ana Teo Ala-Ruona on the somatic possibilities of language & what’s lost in translation across contexts

Steph Kretowicz, Tuesday

Motion sickness: Beirut-born producer Thoom talks the rhythm of Iowa’s industry while in the midst of Lebanon’s October Revolution


Finding gaps between language in the sprawling visions of A Very Small Window at Riga’s Kim? Contemporary Art Center


Yre Den’s ‘Silk Evade’ presents a sleek & propulsive club number from a musician without a past on fledgling Cologne label SPA

aqnb, 6 December 2019

Alma mater: The ambiguous parental parentheses of art institutions from Jessie Bullivant’s pleas to be excused in ‘To Be Announced…’

Kim Modig, 3 December 2019

Accelerated logistics, Amazon’s doublethink & the unseen effects of ecommerce as explored in The Fulfillment Center group exhibition

2 December 2019

Poorgrrrl marks a shift in style with the crooning anachronism of memory’s fade of ‘Side A’, directed by Cristine Brache

29 November 2019

Memento mori: On the horror of inevitability & portents of endings as Tallin’s EKKM is forced to a halt during its last exhibition

Steph Kretowicz, 29 November 2019

Ptwiggs envisions a future of seamless integration with technology in the cyborg feminist heaven of ‘When Shaken By A Strong Wind’

28 November 2019

Holding space: Mitte’s Traumabarundkino hybrid program disrupts the rapidly gentrifying map of Berlin from the eye of the storm

27 November 2019

BCAA system’s entangled tale overflows with creatures, feelings & landscapes drawn from a fantasy card deck in ‘No~one Is an Island’

27 November 2019

Flowers, chance encounters & the art world’s frayed edges in Noccito’s offsite exhibition for the Cosmopolitanissimo series

25 November 2019

Magical, spiritual, environmental: Hayden Dunham & Katerina Llanes move through the biomes of the microcosmic body in Miami

Jean Kay, 19 November 2019

Anthropocene gloom & a shaky embrace from nature in Riccardo D’Avola-Corte’s offsite show at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats

18 November 2019