Sunday 2 June 2019

Whitechapel Gallery -Fourth Plinth artist Michael Rakowitz and Turner Prize nominee Helen Cammock open shows this month

What's On in June: Exhibitions

Michael Rakowitz
Opens 4 June | £12.95/£9.50

This week we celebrate the opening of Michael Rakowitz, the first major solo exhibition by the internationally renowned Iraqi-American artist. Be among the first to experience a journey of enthralling environments that reveal utopian aspirations and the disasters of modern times. 

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Exhibitions & Displays

City Poems & City MusicAdrian Henri & Friends
Until 9 June | Free entry

Your last chance to see material from Adrian Henri’s archive as well as recordings of the 1960s pop poetry band The Liverpool Scene (1967–70), which he fronted. The exhibition is curated by art historian Catherine Marcangeli and reveals Henri’s continual interest in the patterns, sounds and occasional violence of urban experience.

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Max Mara Art Prize for WomenHelen CammockChe si può fare?
Opens 25 June | Free entry

What do jazz and the blues have in common with seventeenth century Baroque music? Helen Cammock, Turner Prize nominee and winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women presents a new body of work that interweaves women’s stories of loss and resilience.

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MyvillagesSetting the Table: Village Politics
Until 18 Aug | Free entry

'distinctively experimental and artistically vital' Love London Love Culture

Artist collective Myvillages reimagine the Gallery as a mental and physical space to access the rural, allowing multiple voices, experiences and expectations to meet each other.

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”la Caixa” Collection of Contemporary Art: Selected by Maria Fusco
Until 1 Sep | Free entry

Continuing our series of exhibitions from ”la Caixa” Collection of Contemporary Art, experimental art writer Maria Fusco has selected nine works from Spain's leading collection for display.

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