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  London Calling
Photos by Mary Barone.

"Out There," a show of works by gallery artists, inaugurates White Cube 2, London dealer Jay Jopling's new space on Hoxton Square, Apr. 14, 2000.
 
   
Dinos & Jake Chapman
 
Gavin Turk
 
White Cube exterior
 
Gilbert & George
   
 
 
    
Damien Hirst, Rehab is for Quitters, 1998-99
 
Jake & Dinos Chapman, Rhizome, 2000
 
Gavin Turk, Death of Che, 2000
    
 
 
  "Ant Noises,"
a group show including works by Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Rachel Whiteread, Jenny Saville, Chris Ofili, Ron Mueck and other "Sensation" artists ("Ant Noises" is an anagram for "Sensation")
opens at the Saatchi Gallery
Apr. 18, 2000

 
 
   
Sarah Lucas, Dreams Go Up in Smoke, 2000
 
Tracey Emin
 
The crowd, with Damien Hirst's Hymn (1999)
 
Painter Rachel Howard
   
 
 
 
Artist Dexter Dalwood
 
Fiona Banner
 
Ron Mueck, Pinocchio, 1996
 
Modern Art's Detmar Blow
 
Artist Peter Newman
 
 
 
    
Outside the Saatchi
 
Damien Hirst, Hymn, 1999
 
Designer Rod Arad
    
 
 
    
Sarah Lucas and her mum, Irene
 
Sherman Sam, left, and L.A. artist Chris Hanley
 
Designer Jonathan Barnbrook and his wife, photographer Tomoko Yoneda
    
 
 
  Sadie Coles opens Hoxton HQ,
a satellite space on Hoxton Street,
with a group show including Don Brown, Angus Fairhurst, Jim Lambie, Sarah Lucas, Simon Periton and Nicola Tyson.
April. 19, 2000
 
 
   
Gary Hume and son Joe
 
Sarah Lucas, Baby, 2000
 
Yoko Brown with Yoko II (2000) by Don Brown
 
Sadie Coles tending bar
  
 
 
   
Glasgow artist Lucy McKenzie
 
Curator Josephine Pryde
 
Artist Angus Fairhurst
 
Simon Periton, Hermaphrodite, 2000
   
 
  The Carnegie Art Awards
honoring Nordic artists
presented at the Barbican on Apr. 19, 2000
Jurors included Lars Nittve, director of the Tate Modern
 
 
    
Carnegie CEO
Lars Bertmar
 
From left, artists Kjell Anderson, Anne-Karin Furunes and Lena Cronqvist
 
Lars Nittve
    
 
 
    
Honorary exhibition chair Vigdis Finnbogadottir, former president of Iceland
 
Arist Arvid Pettersen and exhibition curator Ulrika Leven
 
Artist Claus Carstensen and Morwenna Blewett