Culture Calendar #9: Six Picks You Shouldn't Miss

Culture Calendar #9: Six Picks You Shouldn't Miss

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w/c 13th March

What: Vision Is Out There

Where: The Tate Modern

When: Tuesday 14th March

Discussing the pressing issues about art in during these turbulent times of international upheaval, the latest Tate Talk brings together an international panel of art theorists, novelists and former Director of Tate St Ives, Susan Daniel-McElroy. The wide ranging discussions will focus on visionary artist Partou Zia as well as inward migration and Islam’s potential political agenda. Tickets necessary.

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What: Sam Durant – More Than ½ The World

Where: Sadie Coles HQ

When: Wednesday 15th March – Private View: 6pm – 8pm

This is the artist’s fourth exhibition at the gallery and looks to be his most ambitious yet. Durant’s new series of works focuses on eight wall mounted lightbox signs in which handwritten maxims have been reproduced as abstracted glowing panes. Living in Los Angeles, Durant’s works continue to challenge and question the political landscape during these increasingly volatile times.

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What: Open Letter: The Family Drama Refunctioned? (From the Point of View of Production)

Where: David Zwirner

When: Thursday 16th March – Private View: 6pm – 8pm

With a host of exhibitions at their New York gallery space, this new show marks only the second time American photographer Christopher Williams has been shown at Zwirner’s London location on Grafton Street. Williams' work can be seen as an investigation into the medium of photography. His intimate reproductions containing strong political and historical influences.

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What: Brainchild Presents Hatch#3

Where: Platform Southwark

When: Thursday 16th March 17

Brainchild is back with Hatch#3, the third takeover by from the independent arts festival creators. Sharing creative projects in their developmental stages, Hatch#3 offers artists to showcase and discuss new ideas in front of a live audience. A BYOB event, this will be great opportunity for all professional and budding creatives. Click here to find out more:

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What: DJ Zinc (Trust Me I Was There Set)

Where: The Nest

When: Friday 17th March 17

The ‘Super Sharp Shooter’ creator returns to the Nest for a genre-smashing, era-spanning, bass weighty set that will not disappoint. Always at the forefront of the underground music scene, whether it be jungle, drum and bass or tech-house, DJ Zinc has produced some of our favourite club-ready records. Garage’s Matt Jam Lamont is in support.

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What: Melt Festival presents Chris Liebing, Kiasmos (DJ), Ellen Allien and More

Where: Printworks

When: Saturday 18th March

We went last week to what was undoubtedly one of the best clubbing experiences ever. Printworks is at is again this weekend with Chris Liebing and Ellen Alien on the bill for Room 1. The disused print factory is making a real name for itself with its focus on high quality sound and spectacular light shows. Also in the line-up are Tung favourites Recondite and Tommy Four Seven.

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