EXHIBITIONS

Have you seen the horizon lately? is an exhibition of Yoko Ono’s work from the Sixties to the present and reveals the complexity and depth of her work in film, performance, avant-garde music, paintings and writing. From 23 November-15 March 1998.

Venue: Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP.

History: The Mag Collection is a selection of image-based British art by 100 living artists covering the past two decades. Until 18 January 1998.

Venue: Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Kingston upon Hull HU1 3RA.

Refuse (the title transforms refuse to re-use by striking out the f) takes place on 25 November. The symposium has been organised to dispel prejudices against recycled materials. Further information tel: 00 31 765 22 50 25.

Venue: Concert Hall of De Nieuwe Veste, Centre for the Arts and Music, Molenstraat 6, 4811 GS Breda, The Netherlands.

A collection of Sarah Simpson’s work called Experiencing Light is on show until 29 November. The paintings, defined by richly layered acrylics on canvas, are reflections of mood and are characterised by explosions of colour and texture. Arjo Wiggins Fine Papers is sponsoring the event and Simpson has constructed a Paper Piece for the exhibition.

Venue: The Air Gallery, 32 Dover Street, London W1.

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