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Holly Hendry @The Artist’s Garden

Artist's Garden on the roof of Temple tube station, London

Holly Hendry's Slackwater emerges as an immense sculptural entanglement that weaves together the watery history of its riverside location above Temple Tube, with references to the abstract rhythms of the Thames and liquid movements within the human body. In conceiving the work, Hendry was drawn to changes in the pattern of the river’s surface; after […]

Gabrielle Chanel @ The V & A

Victoria & Albert Museum

This exhibition, Fashion Manifesto,  is dedicated to the work of French couturière, Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel.  It charts the establishment of the House of CHANEL, and the evolution of her iconic design […]

Nengi Omuka @ Hastings Contemporary

Hastings Contemporary

The Dance of People and the Natural World, is an introduction to Omuku’s work that is seeking to broaden the exposure, and awareness of the vibrant contemporary Nigerian art scene.​ […]

Maryam Wahid @ Ikon Gallery

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Ikon tours Dreams of Brum, an exhibition of photographic portraits by Maryam Wahid at Handsworth Library. The portraits were taken during a series of creative community workshops with printmaker Haseebah Ali.

Christiane Baumgartner @ Strawberry Hill House

Strawberry Hill House

The Devil is in the Detail offers a rare opportunity to see the complete set of Albrecht Dürer’s Great Passion, one of the most important series of woodcuts in his career. […]

Rosemarie Castoro @ Mostyn, Llandudno

Mostyn, Wales

Rosemarie Castoro (1939-2015) lived and worked in New York all her life, becoming a central figure in the city’s Minimalist and Conceptual Art scene while defying that categorization, declaring “I […]

Gwen John @ Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum, Bath

Gwen John: Art and Life in London and Paris, brings together paintings, watercolours, drawings and sketches, as well as previously unseen archival material and personal belongings. Chronologically tracing Gwen John’s […]

Women in Revolt @ Tate Britain

Tate Britain

This exhibition is a major survey of work by over 100 women artists working in the UK from 1970 to 1990. Through their creative practices, women’s liberation was forged against […]

Women War Artists @ Imperial War Museum

Imperial War Museum

The drawings and paintings on show are the work of six women who worked as war artists during the First World War. They provide an interesting perspective on women’s roles during the war, and on the relationships between men and women in a variety of wartime situations.

Rebecca Salter @ Gainsborough’s House

Gainsborough's House

This exhibition of Rebecca’s recent work demonstrates how her artistic practice is rooted in traditional Japanese art; how it combines Eastern and Western traditions; and how print processes are central […]

Monica Sjōō @ Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford

Artist, activist, writer and eco-feminist Monica Sjöö (1938-2005) was unwavering in her advocacy for gender justice, eco-feminism, matriarchy and social equities. This retrospective exhibition charts her life work and considers […]

Ghislaine Leung & others @ Towner Gallery

Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

Towner Eastbourne is hosting the Turner Prize 2023, the world’s leading prize for contemporary art, as the centrepiece of their centenary celebrations.

Malorie Blackman @ The British Library

The British Library

From epic visions to intricately envisaged details, this exhibition celebrates some of the finest fantasy creators.  It reveals how their imagined lands, languages and creatures came into being, and delves […]

Kim Lim @ Space, Rhythm & Light @ Hepworth Wakefield

Hepworth, Wakefield

An exhibition of Kim Lim’s work offering unparalleled insight into the artist’s life and work.  Space, Rhythm & Light, displays over 100 artworks created over four decades by Lim, alongside extensive archive material, most of which has never been seen publicly before, to show the full breadth of Lim’s work.

Pauline Boty @ Gazelli Art House

Gazelli Art House

This show celebrates the life and legacy of trailblazing British painter Pauline Boty, 1938-1966, in her first posthumous solo exhibition in a decade. Pauline Boty: A Portrait, presents a remarkable […]

Lucy Harwood @ Firstsite Gallery

Firstsite Gallery

Featuring over 100 bold and beautiful paintings – including landscapes, still life and portraiture Lucy Harwood’s artworks command the space with their vibrancy and confidence. Bold Impressions, marks the first […]

Elisabeth Frink @ Dorset Museum & Art Gallery

Dorset Museum & Art Gallery

Elisabeth Frink: A View from Within, focusses on the significant body of work produced by Frink (1930-1993) at her Woolland studio in Dorset, between 1976 and 1993. It explores her […]

Rana Begum @ St Alban’s Museum

St Alban's Museum

Ordered Form, is an exhibition that focusses on Begum’s geometric works created over the past three years.   It presents sculptures, paintings and screen prints, featuring newly created relief works and […]

Matilda Sutton @ Pipeline Gallery

Pipeline Gallery

Working between painting, drawing, textile and sculpture, Matilda Sutton weaves together narrative through image and object. Her  exhibition Bristling brings together a new body of work, which expands on a […]

Pasquarosa Marcelli @ Estorick Collection

Estorick Collection

Pasquarosa Marcelli (1896 - 1973), known simply as 'Pasquarosa',  exhibited in the 1920s. A century later her work, From Muse to Painter', returns to the capital in a new show featuring […]

Nina Chanel Abney & others @ Pilar Corrias

Pilar Corrias

Conversation Galante brings together a diverse group of painters whose works celebrate conversation, playfulness and intimacy. Collectively, their paintings conjure an imaginary forum distinct from the politics of the city or […]

Nancy Shaver & another @Mamoth Gallery

Mamoth

"Duet", is a two-person show featuring the works of Nancy Shaver and Sherman Sam, which brings together the artists' paintings and sculpture.  "Duet" considers the potentialities of material beyond the […]

Lubaina Himid @ Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum, Bath

Reflecting the movement of the oceans and rivers that have been used to transport cotton, yarn and enslaved people throughout history, Lost Threads traces the paradoxes of textile production and circulation by […]

Olivia Bax @ Holtermann Fine Art

Holtermann Fine Art

Olivia Bax unveils exciting developments to her practice in the form of mobile, dynamic works. A new body of table sculptures is presented on custom-built furniture, alongside three wall works […]

Shuvinai Ashoona @ Perimeter Gallery

The Perimeter

In her exhibition When I Draw, Shuvinai Ashoona makes drawings which engage with the complexities of life, land and community in the Canadian Arctic, through fantastical motifs and modes of […]

Alice Irwin @ Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery

Pitzhanger Manor

The exhibition, Chinwag, presents an array of Alice Irwin’s new works, including colourful, multi-layered screenprints and etchings, complemented by sketches and preparatory studies that offer insights into her meticulous creative process. […]

Sinta Tantra @ Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery

Pitzhanger Manor

The exhibition, The Lightclub of Batavia, showcases a combination of new and existing works by Sinta Tantra.  It features iridescent gold and Prussian blue paintings that adorn the Manor’s walls and […]

Sutapa Biswas & others @ Drawing Room Gallery

Drawing Room

The Time of Our Lives focuses on the pioneering drawing practices of women artists, and their impact on feminist activism from the 1980s until today. The exhibition showcases the work […]

Shuvinai Ashoona @ Perimeter Gallery

The Perimeter

Shuvinai Ashoona makes drawings which engage with the complexities of life, land and community in the Canadian Arctic, through fantastical motifs and modes of storytelling. In her exhibition When I […]

Tai Shani & others @ Alma Pearl Gallery

Alma Pearl Gallery

Bitch Magic, is an exhibition that brings together a cross-generational group of women and non-binary artists who align with 'the feminine', and whose work offers radical feminist perspectives through themes […]

Judith Godwin @ Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

The Box, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery 6 Heddon St, London

Judith Godwin’s work, Expressions of Life, comprises a focused survey of works dating from the 1950s to the end of the century. Associated at the start of her career with […]

Gillian Lowndes @ Holburne Museum

The Holburne Museum, Bath

Gillian Lowndes (1936-2010) was one of the most daring and original artists of the post-war period. Trained as a potter, her work hovers between craft and fine art, pottery and […]

Colette La Vette @ Gillian Jason Gallery

Gillian Jason Gallery

'Fruitful Lands' narrates the story of a mystical realm, where utopia and dystopia are intertwined in the lyrical portrayal of human nature Colette La Vette's practice borrows attributes from Rococo […]

Uman @ Hauser & Wirth London

Hauser & Wirth 23 Savile Row, London

Uman's ebullient visual vocabulary reflects her expansive cross-cultural experiences. With nods to self­ portraiture and fictional topographies.  Her paintings fluidly navigate in-between realms to explore both the physical and spiritual, […]

Barbara Kruger @ Serpentine Gallery

Serpentine Gallery

The exhibition, Thinking of You, I Mean Me, I Mean You, by Barbara Kruger features a unique selection of site-specific installations covering the walls and floor of the gallery spaces, moving image works and multiple soundscapes.

Anna Perach @ Gasworks

Gasworks 155 Vauxhall Street, London

Anna Perach explores the dynamics between personal and cultural myths. Her work engages with historical narratives through the depiction of enigmatic female characters that dwell precariously at the threshold between states: inside and outside of their bodies. For this exhibition Perach produced a new body of work based on the concept of the monstrous feminine, […]

Jacqueline Poncelet@ MIMA Middlesborough

Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA)

A solo exhibition surveying 50 years of work by Jacqueline Poncelet. Her work is characterised by a restless exploration of materials and making that is evident throughout her practice. In the Making presents works from different eras side by side, offering experiences of the artist’s inquiry and rigorous exploration of process across diverse bodies of […]

Monica Sjōō @ Alison Jacques Gallery

Alison Jacques Gallery 16-18 Berners St, London

Monica Sjöö (1938 – 2005) was a co-founder of the Goddess movement and this exhibition traces her deep commitment to gender and environmental justice. The artist, self-described as a ‘radical anarcho/eco-feminist and Goddess artist, writer and thinker involved in Earth spirituality’.  As an activist, she co-founded Bristol’s Women’s Liberation.  Sjöö protested against the Vietnam war […]

Anna Barriball @ Frith Street Gallery

Frith Street Gallery 17-18 Golden Square, London

Light, memory and the history of photography are some of the abiding themes in this show which brings together several new bodies of work and a moving image piece. These collectively examine the effect of light as it passes through and around objects, casting fleeting shadows and evoking distinct atmospheres. Barriball is interested in trying […]

Carla Accardi & others @ Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary, Margate

Beyond Form: Lines of Abstraction, 1950 - 1970, is a major new exhibition, which connects the work of over 50 women from across the globe through a shared language of radical abstraction following World War II. Features: Carla Accardi; Novera Ahmed; Ruth Asawa; Maria Bartuszová; Lynda Benglis; Louise Bourgeois; Maria Theresa Chojnacka; Lygia Clark; Saloua […]

Ziping Wang @ Unit Gallery

Unit London

Ziping Wang continues to explore everyday themes, reflecting the exhibition's title, Small Talk, which considers day-to­ day social situations.  In an intuitive development of Wang's visual practice, Small Talk becomes an experiment in the process of painting.

Alexis Hunter @ Richard Saltoun Gallery

Richard Saltoun

An exhibition of works by Alexis Hunter (1948-2014), a pivotal figure in the British Feminist Movement.  10 Seconds focuses on Hunter’s most iconic works produced in the 1970’s, when she was […]

Ruth Asawa & others @ Hayward Gallery

Hayward Gallery

Spanning over 60 years of contemporary sculpture, this exhibition highlights ways in which artists draw on familiar experiences of movement, flux and organic growth. Inspired by sources ranging from a dancer’s gesture to the breaking of a wave, from a flow of molten metal to the interlacing of a spider’s web, the artworks in When Forms […]

Zineb Sedira @ Goodman Gallery

Goodman Gallery

Let’s go on singing! presents new and existing work in which Zineb Sedira  expands on her exploration of cinema as a tool for joyful resistance and draws on the archive as a device to expose, reconsider and challenge history.

Aria Dean @ ICA London

ICA Studio at ICA The Mall, London

Aria Dean: Abattoir, is an exhibition of the artist’s recent work, which explores the foundational relationship between modernity and death on conceptual and material levels.

Nan Goldin & others @ South London Gallery

South London Gallery Fire Station

This group exhibition brings together works by international artists and collectives, who use the camera to challenge and move beyond traditional protest photography. The exhibition, Photography, Feminisms and the Art of Protest, explores feminism and activism from an international and contemporary perspective.  It looks at different approaches to feminism from the past 10 years, and highlights shared concerns including […]

Rosie McLachlan @ Arusha Gallery

Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh

Hydriotaphia, is a new collection of ceramic offerings; urns, shrines and spirit houses fired in the subterranean tomb-like anagama kiln, an ancient type of wood fired kiln brought to Japan from China via Korea in the 5th century.

Alice Kemp & another @ Ione & Mann Gallery

Ione & Mann Gallery

Love-in-a-Mist, is an exhibition of new work by Alice Kemp and Yuichiro Kikuma.  This is the first time Alice and Yuichiro’s work is presented in dialogue, you are invited to explore the relationship present within the works - a tale of synchronicities, idiosyncrasies, perspective and a deep connection with the natural world, its patterns and […]

Maria Bell-Slater @ Garden Museum

Garden Museum

Maria Bell-Salter’s paintings of tulip beds and herbaceous borders immerse the viewer in vitality and colour – sometimes strong and vibrant, sometimes subtle with undefined mystery in the depths. They convey a sense of the inspiration, joy and wonder at the sight of a garden brought to fruition. The title of the exhibition is Fruition, […]

Jemima Stehli @ Marlborough Gallery

Marlborough Gallery

Jemima Stehli's work explored themes of sexuality and the gaze throughout her practice. She is best known for her photographic works, which explore performativity and complicity in the representation of the female nude. HAPPENSTANCE marks a departure from the well-established photographic work and an introduction to her new practice of abstract painting - a progression […]

Jemima Stehli @ Marlborough Gallery

Marlborough Gallery

The relationship between performativity and the gaze has always been central to Jemima Stehli’s artistic practice. Her photographic works of the late 1990s and early 2000s often cite well-known imagery by established male artists such as Francis Bacon, Allen Jones and Helmut Newton, which she re-stages with her own body. Her hybrid position as the subject/object […]

Yulia Pinkusevich @ Marlborough Gallery

Marlborough Gallery

In her exhibition, Regeneratrix, Yulia Pinkusevich presents recent paintings from two ongoing bodies of work, The Sakha Series and The Isorithm Series, which excavate the layers of her cultural identity as a former citizen of the USSR.  The Sakha Series depicts the artist's journey through time, meditating upon the connection with her ancient Eastern European and North Asian lineage to […]

Michèle Lamy & Loree Rodkin @ Carpenters Workshop Galler

Carpenters Workshop Gallery

HUNROD GOLD, is a collaboration between Michèle Lamy and Loree Rodkin, both influential figures in contemporary jewelry design.  Lamy and Rodkin have masterfully crafted this collection of rings as an interpretation of the Chinese Zodiac – a rich tradition laden with symbolism. HUNROD GOLD features seven zodiac rings, where bands of yellow and white gold […]

Outi Pieski @ Tate, St Ives

Tate St Ives

Outi Pieski's paintings and installations explore several themes, including the culture and identity of the Sámi people – who live in the region of Sápmi. In many of her projects, she incorporates duodji (the traditional craft practices of the Sámi people) using materials such as wood and textile. For Pieski, duodji is also a way […]

Magdalena Abakanowicz & others @ Barbican Art Gallery

Barbican Gallery

A collection of contemporary artists who explore the transformative and subversive potential of textiles to challenge power structures and reimagine the world. The exhibition brings together over 100 artworks by a diverse range of international practitioners, to examine the ways in which artists have embraced textiles to communicate multi-layered stories about lived experience.  It addresses […]

Phoebe Boswell & Others @ Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road, Dulwich

Soulscapes explores our connection with the world around us through the eyes of artists from the African Diaspora.  It considers the power of landscape art and reflects on themes of […]

Zineb Sedira @ Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery 77 Whitechapel High Street, London

Dreams Have No Titles is an immersive installation comprising film, sculpture, photography and performance.  It interweaves the artist’s biography with activist films produced across France, Algeria and Italy in the […]

Yko Ono @ Tate Modern

Tate Modern Bankside, London

Spanning more than seven decades, the exhibition, Music of the Mind, focusses on key moments in Ono’s career, including her years in London from 1966 to 1971. The show explores some […]

Ruby Dickson @ Nicoletti

Nicoletti Contemporary

Maybe my fairy-tale has a different ending than I dreamed it would. But that’s OK., is the title of an exhibition by Ruby Dickson.  The exhibition relies on a simple premise: a series of human-sized paintings representing Kim Kardashian being captured by paparazzi.

Monica Alcázar-Duarte@ Autograph

Autograph Gallery

Monica Alcázar-Duarte examines western society's obsession with speed, expansion and resource accumulation at a time when ecological disaster looms. She raises critical questions - where does knowledge lie? Who and […]

Kaye Donachie @ Maureen Paley

Maureen Paley Gallery

In this exhibition, I Kept the Money for Myself, Kaye Donachie merges Münter’s symbolism with the short fiction of British writer Virginia Woolf, The Lady in the Looking Glass: A Reflection, […]

Virginia Chihota & others @ Tiwani Contemporary

Tiwani Contemporary

As Feeling Births Idea, is a group show featuring - Virginia Chihota, Rita Alaoui, Ranti Bam, Euridice Zaituna Kala, Paula Do Prado, and Wura-Natasha Ogunji. The exhibition gathers together a […]

Lubaina Himid & others @ National Portrait Gallery

National Portrait Gallery St. Martin's Pl, London

The exhibition, The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure, showcases the work of contemporary artists from the African diaspora, including Michael Armitage, Lubaina Himid, Kerry James Marshall, […]