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Experience contemporary exhibitions, events and entertainment in an iconic Modernist building by the sea on England's south coast.

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Much of Sarah Canright's work from the late 1960s and 70s stands apart from the other Imagists' for its soft, ethereal shapes and subdued pastel tones of pink, blue, green and purple. These works reinterpret figurative forms, particularly those labelled by the artist as 'obviously' female - including flowers, women's hair, curtains and decorative textiles. Canright's work work plays on notions of 'interiority'. It is simultaneously an introspection of herself as an artist and a woman, and a reworking of traditionally domestic and female activities such as weaving and braiding. Double Take is an example of Canright's definitive move towards a gendered approach to modernist abstraction, both in colour and in form. Each week, we'll be highlighting one of the works from our current exhibition, How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s. Visit the works at DLWP before 8 September: dlwp.com/exhibition/chicago-imagists-1960s-70s/ Sarah Canright, Double Take, 1969 © the artist. Courtesy the artist and Corbett vs. Dempsey

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LIVE MUSIC ANNOUNCEMENT FRANK TURNER & THE SLEEPING SOULS Friday 29 November Frank Turner returns to DLWP with No Mans Land, his most original project to date. On sale Friday 19 July, 11am More info on our website, linked in our bio.

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ON SALE NOW STEWART LEE: TORNADO / SNOWFLAKE Wednesday 18 March 2020 Two 60 minute sets, back to back, in one show. Book now on our website, linked in our bio.

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In 2020, England’s is launching 7 new site-specific artworks across the Kent, Essex and East Sussex coastline. We’re delighted to be working with @turnercontemporary and partners @CementFields @FstoneTriennial @_art_on_sea @MetalSouthend and @TownerGallery on creating this new cultural adventure. . The Waterfronts series will explore the border between land and water, with each artist bringing their own knowledge, understanding and interests to reflect on the issues faced by these particular coastal locations. The artworks will include sculpture, land drawing, painting, sound and video and will launch in spring 2020, and open sequentially throughout the summer. . For , we’re creating a new artwork with London-based artist Holly Hendry, who makes sculptures and installations that give physical form to ideas around emptiness, edges, absence, flatness, fakes and forgeries — things that are missing and unknown. For Bexhill she will investigate the precise boundary between land and water and the impact on one by the other. . On the commission she says: “Making an artwork for Waterfronts, for me, is a consideration of edges. This deals with ideas of above and below, inside and outside, on the land, in the sea or under the ground. Edges seem to be definitive, a beginning or an end, a perimeter of sorts, and a line that highlights contested notions of ownership and free movement. Now is a time of uncertain edges, and Bexhill-on-Sea’s geographical, archaeological and social positioning is an exciting and complex location to consider some of these ideas.” . Tamsin Dillon, Curator of Waterfronts for England’s Creative Coast says “These new artworks offer fresh perspectives on the places in which they are located; each with their own layered histories and complexities. Each artist in this diverse and international group will create a new work to provoke thought and dialogue around the issues facing this border and this distinctive coastline now and in the future”. . To discover more, go to the Visit Us menu on our website. . Image 2: Holly Hendry, courtesy of Jan Weisbrod.

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We’re proud to be part of @SussexModern: a celebration of the county’s contribution to modern culture through its art, landscape and wine. . Join us and : sussexmodern.org.uk

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NEXT WEEKEND, SUNDAY 21 JULY . @normanjaymbe and friends @davidramjamrodigan @thecubanbrothers, plus a host of other DJs will throwing the biggest beach party this side of Ibiza! . See what Norman himself has to say about GOOD TIMES BY THE SEA and get your tickets on our website, linked in our bio. .

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Philip Hanson's work has been frequently described as romantic - particularly in relation to the crudely slapstick and more humorous nature of many of the other Imagists' - but there are often several layers of meaning in his paintings. Highly allusive and allegorical, Hanson's work makes hit painted (and, in early work, etched) subjects and objects perform various references to art historical genres, such as the vanitas. In Light Wrap, a woman is portrayed from behind, fixing her hair in front of a mirror. Her is covered by a transparent dress that billows in so fluid she appears to be in motion - yet both her face and her reflection are hidden are hidden from us, compounding a sense of mystery. Each week, we'll be highlighting one of the works from our current exhibition, How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s. Visit the works at DLWP before 8 September: bit.ly/2LvKQlE Philip Hanson, Light Wrap, 1975–76 © the artist. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, gift of The Robert A. Lewis Fund in honor of William and Polly Levey, 1982.5. Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago

This week we said goodbye to @dominika2303 who has marketed all our live shows for six years as well as promoting @dlwpshopandeat. In that time she has had a baby, become a vegan and organised the hugely successful . A woman of strong family values and eco-principles - we salute you Dom 🇵🇱 🇵🇱and wish you luck in your new adventures! . The next is on 10 August. . @combe_valley_campers

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NEW EVENT! Explosions in the Sky 20th Anniversary Tour . @explosionsinthesky . Tuesday 11 February 2020 . www.dlwp.com/event/explosions-in-the-sky/ . Equal parts romance and tragedy, Explosions In The Sky's beautiful melodies have the tendency to ignite into head-spinning walls of noise. Easily one of the most intense live bands ever, their sound proves to be every bit as triumphant as their name implies. . “Our band turns twenty years old this year and to celebrate we're going to be playing some shows this coming Fall. We hope to see some of you out there. And thanks so much for sticking with us for so long. We truly appreciate it.” - Explosions in the Sky . DLWP Members pre-sale — Monday 8 July, 10am General on-sale – Wednesday 10 July, 10am .

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The legend that is @normanjaymbe interviewed by @bbcsoutheast for tonight’s show. Talking about his maverick career, how he has never been to one genre by playing everything from John Coltrane to Roni Size “I just play the music I like”, and bringing the Notting Hill vibe to Bexhill. . Norman brings his iconic red London bus for Good Times By The Sea on 21 July. With @davidramjamrodigan and @thecubanbrothers . And he arrived in his classic mini!. .

THINKING THROUGH... is a summer-long series of creative events, workshops and conversations exploring how we learn and unlearn together. It includes discussions and activities around environmentalism, wellbeing, gardening, co-designing, common space, colour, language and movement. All THINKING THROUGH... events are held in Group Hat, a new exhibition from Lauren Godfrey who has created a space, free to use, for learning, unlearning and play. Visit our website to find out more about Godfrey’s work. Keep an eye on the posters in the First floor gallery and on our website dlwp.com as we keep on adding more events!

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Attracted by the consumer culture of the late 1960s, Art Green developed a polished, glossy aesthetic. Often glimpsed through apertures, idealised images taken from advertising are combined with artificial-looking textures and arbitrarily juxtaposed with industrial landscapes and architectural elements. Green’s use of peeling layers, theatrical spaces and parted curtains also relates to the work of Roger Brown, Philip Hanson, Jim Nutt and Suellen Rocca. Each week, we'll be highlighting one of the works from our current exhibition, How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s. Visit the works at DLWP before 8 September: bit.ly/2LvKQlE Art Green, Troubled Sleep, 1974. Oil on canvas. The Elmhurst College Art Collection.

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It’s going to be a long, hot summer and DLWP has an even hotter programme of events including outdoor live music and DJ sets, beach parties, sunset screenings of your favourite films and family friendly creative activities. . For the full list of summer events visit our website www.dlwp.com . @normanjaymbe @davidramjamrodigan @thecubanbrothers @houseofhouse @ronisizebristol is sponsored by @seasprayrooms @mcphersonsaccountants

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NEW EVENT: IMPRINT . An all-day, beach-side event celebrating independent record label culture with DJs from eight of the UK’s best record labels bringing you the finest soul, funk, beats, breaks and drum & bass. . Saturday 31 August 2 – 10.30pm Free (booking required) . Record Labels include: @skintrecordsuk @tru_thoughts @bbemusic @hospitalrecords @mrbongoworldwide @niceuprecords @firstwordrecords @wahwah45s More info and tickets here available on our website, or copy this link: dlwp.com/event/imprint/

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This painting portrays one of the lively parties that often followed exhibition openings at the Hyde Park Art Center. Pictured top left: Imagists’ gallerist Phyllis Kind; collector and benefactor of HPAC Ruth Horwich drinks punch with HPAC exhibitions director Don Baum. Top right: critic, collector and champion of the Imagists Dennis Adrian with artist Lori Gunn Wirsum and baby Ruby Wonder; Jim Nutt and Gladys Nilsson with their son Claude; School of the Art Institute of Chicago teacher Whitney Halstead is about to enter as Roger Brown strolls outside. Bottom left: art historian Franz Schulze who coined the term ‘Imagism’. Bottom right: Barbara Rossi dressed ‘Marriage Chicago Style’ is about to run into False Image artists and Ray Yoshida. Each week, we'll be highlighting one of the works from our current exhibition, How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s. Visit the works at DLWP before 8 September: bit.ly/2TXcCvQ Roger Brown, The Four Seasons - A Benefit Painting of the Hyde Park Art Center, 1974 © The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Brown Family. Private collection, Courtesy McCormick Gallery, Chicago

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Our first creative session in @laurengodders gallery space happened yesterday! . Facilitated by MA students from @bartlettarchucl, participants from @buddyproject_refugeeswelcome along with artists, architects and members of the DLWP team explored co-designing common spaces. This was followed by a @pechakucha20x20 co-curated with the Project. @rossanaleal1 Director of the Project was the first of six speakers, speaking about the role of photography in telling personal stories. -curation #

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Lauren Godfrey (@laurengodders) has created a colourful space for learning, unlearning, play, reading, conversation and creativity in our First floor gallery. . ‘Group Hat’ features interactive works including ‘Wiff Waff II’, a ping-pong set which you can take from the wall and play over the table. . THINKING THROUGH... is a series of events held in the gallery exploring how we learn and unlearn together, co-curated by DLWP staff and our partners @ucl @sladeschool and @bartlettarchucl . . Find out more from our website dlwp.com . @aceagrams

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Our summer exhibitions are now open! Visit our website to find out more about How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s and Lauren Godfrey: Group Hat. ‘We are delighted to be opening a vibrant, fun, stimulating and accessible summer season here in Bexhill, both inside and outside the building’ - DLWP Director, Stewart Drew (@fob51) . Thanks to all of our visitors for coming today. Congratulations Lauren Godfrey, Sarah McCrory, Rosie Cooper and Phoebe Cripps for creating and curating the new shows. DLWP would like to thank our organisers, partners and supporters: Hayward Gallery Touring @hayward.gallery Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art @goldsmithscca The Art Fund @artfund Terra Foundation For American Art @terraamericanart Visit our galleries for free every day this summer and keep an eye on our website for new workshops, talks and events in response to the exhibitions. @cvan_se @aceagrams

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