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  LONDON CALLING
New York "bad girl" painter Inka Essenhigh opens
at Victoria Miro in London, March 14, 2000.
Photos by Mary Barone.
 
 
 
Inka Essenhigh
 
Victoria Miro director Glenn Scott Wright
 
Artist Neal Tait
 
Painter Peter Doig
 
 
 
Victoria Miro
 
Natasha Hill of Immaculate House
 
From left, artist Rachel Howard and dealer Stephanie Theodore
 
From left, Contemporary Art Society's Cat Newton-Groves and Kim Steele
 
 
  The London Institute of Contemporary Arts presents "Beck's Futures," March 17-May 17, 2000, featuring finalists for the new Beck's art prize -- works by Liz Arnold, Martin Boyce, Roderick buchanan, Chad McCail, Lucy McKenzie, Stephen Murphy, Hayley Newman, David Shrigley, Cathy Wilkes and Elizabeth Wright.  
 
Artist Simon Periton
 
From left, artist Martin Boyce, ICA Gallery manager David Wilkinson and ICA director Phillip Dodd
 
Dealer Emily Tsingou and artist Henry Bond
 
 
 
Rodney Buchanan's, Gobstopper, 1999
 
David Shrigley, Untitled (Summary of Stains on a Scientist's Coat), 2000
 
Chad McCall, Genesis Chapter 2 and 3
 
Liz Arnold, Field Trip, 1999
 

 
 
Dealer Lance Entwistle
 
Artist Hayley Newman
 
Beck's barman Stewart Campbell
 
Dealer Andrew Mummery
 
 
 
Lucy McKenzie's painting installation
 
Stephen Murphy, Snowfall, 1999
 
David Shrigley's wall of drawings
 
 
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