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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Monica Sjoo & Mary Beth Edelson @ Murray Edwards College, Cambridge

The Women's Art Collection, Murray Edwards College

This group exhibition, The Goddess, the Deity and the Cyborg, explores how artists have conjured, revered and reimagined the goddess figure. Drawing from works in The Women’s Art Collection, as well […]

Meera Shakti Osborne & others @ Women’s Museum

Women's Museum

An Idea of a Life, responds to everyday histories of the women-led community who lived in Barking Abbey from c.666AD through to the early 16th Century. This exhibition tells stories […]

Polly Braden @ The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum

Polly Braden: Leaving Ukraine is an intimate portrait of women, forced to leave their homes following the Russian invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022. In this new series of work […]

Barbara Hulanicki @ Fashion & Textile Museum

Fashion & Textile Museum

In 1963, fashion illustrator Barbara Hulanicki established a mail-order company selling affordable fashion appealing to a new generation of young women, which she named Biba. The Biba Story explores how […]

Leilah Babirye @ Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Leilah Babirye’s exhibition Obumu (Unity) features new sculptures made at YSP specifically for this exhibition, largely from materials found onsite.   The seven sculptures were carved using a chainsaw and chisels from […]

Dorothy Hepworth & Patricia Preece @ Charleston Gallery

Charleston Gallery

Discover the extraordinary story of Dorothy Hepworth and Patricia Preece – a duo whose secret artistic collaboration and lifelong romantic partnership remained hidden for decades. In this exhibition, The untold story, […]

Vanessa Bell & others @ Charleston in Lewes

Charleston in Lewes

Discover a new group exhibition showcasing shared canvases, dynamic working practices and collaborative identities that celebrate the creative force of collaboration.  Featuring work from Rottingdean Bazaar, The White Pube, Bob […]

Anne Desmet @ Guildhall Art Gallery

Guildhall Art Gallery

Celebrate the work of artist and specialist wood engraver Anne Desmet, at this new exhibition inspired by "climate crisis, escape, and possible new worlds". In Kaleidoscope/London, explore 150 artworks, including 41 London-themed prints […]

Ingrid Pollard & others @ Lady Lever Art Gallery

Lady Lever Art Gallery

This exhibition, Another View: Landscapes by Women Artists,  examines women artists’ place in the history of British landscape art, a story traditionally dominated by male artists.   Starting with early depictions by […]

Anne Rothenstein @ Charleston in Lewes

Charleston in Lewes

Anne Rothenstein’s work transports viewers into a space where colour and form intertwine with everyday objects and landscapes to create profound emotional scenes. Using delicate layers of oil paint washes, […]

Ayo Akingbade @ Whitworth Manchester

The Whitworth, Manchester

Show me the World Mister, is an exhibition by Ayo Akingbade comprising two new film commissions.  Shot in location in Nigeria, The Fist and Faluyi are Akingbade's most ambitious productions […]

Maria Amidu @ Towner Gallery

Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

The exhibition, In the Perpetual Back and Forth, centres around 26,778,780 minutes, a new paper and text-based installation and accompanying sound piece which explores the dialogue between paper and writing. […]

Lynda Benghis @ Thomas Dane Gallery

Thomas Dane Gallery

In Knots and Videotapes, two seminal groups of works by Lynda Benglis are exhibited together here, decades after they were first seen in the U.S. Benglis’s knotted sculptures and videos […]

Emma Stibbon @ Towner Gallery

Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

The exhibition, Melting Ice/Rising Tides, looks at the warming environment of the polar regions and the impact this is ultimately having on the changing UK coastline, focussing on the Sussex […]

Magdalene Odundo @ Houghton Hall, Norfolk

Houghton Hall, Norfolk

Dame Magdalene Odundo's artistry is renowned for its fusion of historical and contemporary influences, exploring themes of diasporic identity and the symbolic significance of objects. Throughout the exhibition, Odundo's handcrafted […]

Beryl Cook @ Studio Voltaire

Studio Voltaire

This major new exhibition, Beryl Cook / Tom of Finland, brings together the work of these two cultural icons for the very first time. In the exhibition fleshly excesses are explored […]

Virginia Woolf & others @ The Garden Museum

Garden Museum

This exhibition explores the gardens of the Bloomsbury group, Gardening Bohemia: Bloomsbury Women Outdoors, centres on four extraordinary women and the green spaces they surrounded themselves with: writer Virginia Woolf and […]

Mary Beale & others @ Tate Britain

Tate Britain

Spanning 400 years, this exhibition, Now You See us: Women Artists in Britain 1520 - 1921, follows women on their journeys to becoming professional artists. From Tudor times to the First […]

Raphaela Simon @ Michael Werner Gallery

Michael Werner Gallery

Phantom, is an exhibition of recent paintings and sculptures by Raphaela Simon.  Throughout her career, Simon sought to capture the ineffable on canvas. Even when painting a seemingly neutral subject, such […]

Aisha Seriki @ Doyle Wham Gallery

Doyle Wham Gallery

The exhibition title, Orí Inú comes from the Yoruba Metaphysical conception “Orí’ which translates to the head and refers to one's spiritual destiny. Using the calabash as a metaphor, Orí […]

Otobong Nkanga @ Lisson Gallery

Lisson Gallery 67 Lisson Street, London

For her inaugural exhibition, We Come From Fire and Return to Fire, Otobong Nkanga presents new sculptural objects, tapestries and a sound installation, as well as wall-hung and floor-based works,  combining […]

Kiki Kogelnik @ Pace Gallery

Pace, London

This exhibition, whose title draws inspiration from the allegorical Danse Macabre, or the Dance with Death, includes works across various mediums that are emblematic of Kiki Kogelnik’s exploration of future […]

Beatriz Milhazes @ Tate St Ives

Tate St Ives

A retrospective of the work of artist Beatriz Milhazes, who is known for intensely colourful, large-scale abstract canvases. The exhibition, Maresias traces the evolution of her artistic approach over the […]

Vanessa Bell @ Courtauld Gallery

Courtauld Gallery

Vanessa Bell (1879 –1961) was one of the leading artists associated with the Bloomsbury Group.  This focused display in Project Space comprises 3 paintings, 1 woodcut and 8 works on paper.  […]

Phyllida Barlow @ Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

Hauser & Wirth Somerset Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton

The work of Phyllida Barlow (1944 – 2023) is a celebration of the artist’s transformative approach to sculpture, and marks the gallery’s 10th anniversary that was inaugurated by Barlow’s solo […]

Guilia Andreani @ Galerie Max Hetzler

Galerie Max Hetzler

L’improduttiva, is a new body of thirteen paintings and works on paper by Giulia Andreani.  These works encapsulate Andreani’s compelling yet haunting painterly practice.  Across her oeuvre, Andreani repurposes personal […]

Hettie Inniss @ Grimm Gallery

GRIMM Gallery

Hettie Inniss’s work responds to multi-sensory influences and bodily experiences, capturing and preserving a moment in time inflected by scent, light, sound and memory. Across the works on view in […]

Ana Karkar @ Almine Rech

Almine Rech Gallery

The exhibition, Whole Cookie, unveils a new series of figurative paintings by Ana Karkar, and an installation piece comprised of video, sculpture and literature. Composed as a temple to eroticism, […]

Nil Yalter @ Ab-Anbar Gallery

Ab-Anbar Gallery

 “The Story Behind Each Word Must Be Told” focuses on one of the central threads of Nil Yalter’s practice coming from the nomadic lives and their resistance in Aşık tradition […]

Christiane Peschek @ Anika Kultys Gallery

Annka Kultys Gallery

“The entire world has been turned into a well-fitted mask for the human face,” reflects theorist Carl Olsson in his essay “Peak Face” (2023). “The world is a Facehugger.” From […]

Viviane Sasson & others @ Saatchi Gallery

Saatchi Gallery

Beyond Fashion showcases the work of acclaimed fashion photographers from around the world. The works demonstrate how fashion photography has moved past the simple presentation of product lines to reflect on […]

Sofia Mitsola @ Pillar Corrias

Pilar Corrias

Villa Venus: The Garden, is an exhibition of new paintings, sculpture and animation by Sofia Mitsola – the latest chapter in the artist’s ongoing series depicting a utopian, Cycladic Island […]

Flora Yukohnovich @ The Wallace Collection

Wallace Collection

Flora Yukhnovich and François Boucher: The Language of the Rococo prompts visitors to reconsider preconceptions, explore how we can connect with the Rococo today and examine the impact of display on […]

Zanele Muholi @ Tate Modern

Tate Modern Bankside, London

A major UK survey of visual activist Zanele Muholi.  The exhibition is based on the artist’s 2020-21 exhibition at Tate Modern and will include new works produced since then.

Wendy Red Star @ Gathering Gallery

Gathering Gallery

In the Shadow of Paper Mountains, is the title of Wendy Red Star's exhibition.  Her artistic practice draws upon her upbringing within Apsáalooke culture alongside conceptual art strategies, pop culture, […]

Karolina Hellberg @ Elizabeth Xi Bauer

Elizabeth Xi Bauer Gallery

Flowers are invariably to be found around Karoliina Hellberg’s house, scattered in pots, planters and vases through all stages of their perennial existence. They are present in her studio as […]

Patricia Leite @ Thomas Dane Gallery

Thomas Dane Gallery

For Paisagem de Lenda (Landscape of Legend), Patricia Leite's exhibition presents a group of new paintings and a floor-based tapestry that invoke these indigenous stories, deeply linked to the landscape and […]

Jemima Murphy @ Victoria Miro

Victoria Miro

Identifying her works as reimagined landscapes, Jemima Murphy draws on the physicality of paint in order to examine and portray her own emotional experience. Reflecting the sublime and its qualities […]

Rheim Alkadhi @ ICA

ICA

Templates for Liberation is the title of Rheim Alkadhi's exhibition.   It addresses ongoing consequences of war and colonialism in present-day Iraq and the region at large; this exhibition presents sculptures, […]

Alison Wilding @ Heong Gallery, Downing College, Cambridge

Heong Gallery, Downing College, Cambridge

By the Mark - and the Line below the Loaf brings together a series of drawings from the last 30 years alongside a new monumental drawing made for the exhibition. The exhibition […]

Miriam de Búrca @ Cristea Roberts Gallery

Cristea Roberts Gallery

Noblesse Oblige features over 25 new works exploring the legacies of systems of coercion, exploitation and extraction in Europe and the US. It includes a series of new drawings about burial sites in Ireland […]

Claudette Johnson @ Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Barber Institute of Fine Arts

This exhibition, Darker than Blue', by Claudette Johnson includes large-scale, vibrantly coloured works in oil and pastel stick, gouache and other media, often on oversized paper sheets, alongside smaller sketches that […]

Barbara Rae CBE RA @ The Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr

The Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr

Times and Places delves into how Barbara Rae perceived and interpreted the land throughout her career, often revisiting specific locations frequently to view and capture the ever-evolving environment. Not only […]

Bharti Kher @ Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The title of this new exhibition refers to Alchemy – an ancient practice that included trying to change ordinary metal into gold, and Bharti Kher’s work has these ideas of […]

Francis Alÿs @ Barbican Art Gallery

Barbican Gallery

A new immersive exhibition celebrates the universality and ingenuity of play: Francis Alÿs' Ricochets transforms the gallery into a cinematic playground. Throughout the exhibition, visitors are immersed in multi-screen film […]

Corri-Lynn Tetz @ Sim Smith Gallery

Sim Smith Gallery

Corri-Lynn Tetz’s exhibition, Tender Buttons, concentrates on the female figure, with imagery taken from a collected archive of found imagery and personal photographs, to create indulgent, dream-like painted scenes that […]

Lorna Robertson @ Alison Jacques Gallery

Alison Jacques Gallery 16-18 Berners St, London

This exhibition of new work by Lorna Robertson includes new paintings made with a combination of oil paint, watercolour, collage and linseed oil on canvas and paper. These paintings sit […]

Birgit Jürgenssen @ Alison Jacques Gallery

Alison Jacques Gallery 16-18 Berners St, London

This exhibition of work by Birgit Jürgenssen (1949-2003), examines women’s interior lives refracted in exterior systems of power. Many of Jürgenssen’s works focus on the domestic life of a mythic […]

Firelei Báez @ South London Gallery

South London Gallery Fire Station

Sueño de la Madrugada (A Midnight’s Dream) is Firelei Báez’s latest exhibition. Known for her striking paintings, she also makes drawings, installations, and sculptures. Báez takes over the Gallery with new immersive […]

Penny Slinger @ Richard Saltoun Gallery

Richard Saltoun

Exorcism: Inside Out, an exhibition by the feminist surrealist, Penny Slinger, which spans original photo-collage, print and video work.  The exhibition coincides with the publication of Slinger's iconic book, An […]

Abigail Reynolds @ New Art Centre, Roche Court

New Art Centre, Roche Court

Abigail Reynolds works across a wide range of media, including sculpture, collage and print. This exhibition celebrates her, Works in Glass, from 2018 to the present day, as well as […]

Joy Labinjo @ Southwark Park Galleries

Southwark Park Galleries

At Lake Gallery, Joy Labinjo presents a new body of work We are Briefly Georgeous, which celebrates our local community in her largest London institutional exhibition to date. Taking scenes from […]

Yayoi Kusama @ Serpentine Galleries

Serpentine Gallery

Known for her immersive installations, large-scale sculptures and intricate paintings, Yayoi Kusama often features kabocha, or pumpkin, in her work. Since 1946 Kusama’s pumpkins have taken many forms, colours and […]

Goshka Macuga @ London Mithraeum

London Mithraeum

Inspired by the ancient Roman temple of Mithras discovered on the Bloomberg site, Macuga invites viewers to delve into the rich tapestry of Roman mythology, particularly the intriguing narrative surrounding […]

Madeleine Bialke @ Huxley-Parlour

Huxley Parlour Gallery

Landmark, is an exhibition of new works on paper by Madeleine Bialke. Presenting ten drawings in ink, the exhibition explores the artist’s continued preoccupation with the natural and the anthropomorphic […]

Hilda Kortei & Rachel Adams @ Pipeline Gallery

Pipeline Gallery

 Shoehorn, the exhibition features new work by Hilda Kortei and  Rachel Adams.  Within the exhibition, both artists investigate ideas of value, labour and the overlooked, and present works that abstract […]

Eliza Kentridge @ Cecilia Brunson Projects

Cecilia Brunson Projects

In this exhibition Eliza Kentridge focusses on the central role that embroidery plays in her recent work, Tethering.  She considers the ties between her artistic practice and domestic rituals, and […]

Kate Lyddon @ Cob Gallery

Cob Gallery

Sagger, Sinker, Wrinkler is an exhibition of painting, sculpture and site specific installation for Kate Lyddon.  This exhibition is marked by the publication of Lyddon's monograph of works to date […]

Anita Klein @ Bircham Gallery

Bircham Gallery

Anita Klein's work depicts the various activities and relationships of family life in paintings, prints and ceramics. She is drawn to the precious, tiny moments we sometimes forget to appreciate. Whilst partly […]

Elizabeth Frink @ Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Natural Connection, is a new exhibition of work by the late renowned artist Dame Elisabeth Frink, famed for her sculptures and prints of animals and the human figure.  Frink’s approach to […]