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Heidrun Rathgeb @ John Martin Gallery

John Martin Gallery , United Kingdom

North of the Sun, is an exhibition based on Heidrun Rathgeb's time spent at artist residencies in Hardanger Fjord, Norway. Finding inspiration in what she describes as "the poetry of […]

Tai Shani & others @ Alma Pearl Gallery

Alma Pearl Gallery , United Kingdom

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, United Kingdom

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 […]

Ania Tomaszewska-Nelson @ Felix & Spear

Felix & Spear

Ania Tomaszewska-Nelson is a versatile artist. Currently, her practice involves making video art as well as painting.

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, United Kingdom

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 , United Kingdom

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.

Monica Sjōō @ Alison Jacques Gallery

Alison Jacques Gallery 16-18 Berners St, London, United Kingdom

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, United Kingdom

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 […]

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 […]

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.

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 , United Kingdom

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 […]

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.

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, […]