Exhibitions

Dogboy; Kitty Blandy; Cons to Icons; Liebeslied; Architecture Week 1999 – Designing our Future

The first photographic and sound installation of work by Karl Hyde and Ric Smith shows at Dogboy from 29 October until 27 November. Over the past ten years Hyde has gathered fragments of conversations, images, sounds, smells and tastes from the cities he has visited. These have influenced his work with both Underworld and Tomato.

Venue: The Tomato Building, 29-35 Lexington Street, London W1.

To mark the opening of a new gallery, State of Mind exhibits monotypes by Kitty Blandy and shows until 3 November. Blandy is experienced in printmaking, sculpture and painting.

Contact: 0171-697 0707.

Venue: The Gallery @ Tim Bushe Associates, 6 Highbury Corner, Highbury Crescent, London N5.

Cons to Icons features the work of sculptor Nick Reynolds and photographer Anthony Oliver from 1-14 November. The work is based on a selection of Britain’s most infamous criminals who have transcended from “cons” to icons.

Venue: Tardis Studios, 55 Turnmill Street, London EC1.

Rut Blees Luxemburg will exhibit her new series of seven large-scale nocturnal photographs of the modern city at Liebeslied until 20 November.

Venue: Laurent Delaye Gallery, 22 Barrett Street, St Christopher’s Place, London W1.

Architecture Week 1999 – Designing our Future runs from 5-14 November. The “week” included lectures, on-line parties and events around the country.

Contact: the website at www. archweek.co.uk or the hotline on 0171-973 6436.

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