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Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art

London

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Opening 8 September 

Designed by Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble, the new Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art is comprised of eight gallery spaces, housed in a redeveloped plant works and water tanks building on the university campus. Its international programme of contemporary exhibitions is complemented by special presentations, performance, collaborative projects and events. The inaugural exhibition is a solo show for the New York-based video and installation artist Mika Rottenberg, whose work explores the inequalities of the global economy. Find out more from the Goldsmiths CCA’s website.

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Goldsmiths CCA render created by Assemble

Ponytail Black, Mika Rottenberg

Ponytail Black (2016), Mika Rottenberg. Courtesy the artist

NoNoseKnows (2015), Mika Rottenberg. Courtesy the artist and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY

Sneeze, Mika Rottenberg

Sneeze (2012), Mika Rottenberg. Courtesy the artist and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY

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