03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


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03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


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03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
03/03/2022
Art Trails
Mollie E. Barnes
She Curates Gallery Trail
We are delighted to have teamed up again with Mollie E. Barnes (@she_curates_) to bring you a brand new specially curated gallery trail. All of the exhibitions can be found on our app under the “She Curates” gallery trail, check-in to all of the galleries on the list in order to get a 100 Yamo point reward!

First Stop:

 

‘Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Open until: 18th April 2022

Madame Butterfly (2000): like being surrounded by some ever-changing song, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation

Curated by my dear friend Jane Findlay, this exhibition opened a new side to Frankenthaler’s practice to me: her printmaking. It is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by this leading Abstract Expressionist. Expect groundbreaking, spontaneous, painterly and trailblazing works from this iconic artist.

 

Second Stop:

 

‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’ at Gillian Jason Gallery

Open until: 9th April 2022

Territory (2019-2022), by Caroline Absher

I would love to encourage you all to view my recent curation at The Gillian Jason Gallery: ‘Reclaiming the Nymph: A Force of Nature’. The exhibition challenges and subverts expectations of the passive image of the Nymph, instead of exploring meanings of nature’s power, the urgency to protect the environment, and the constant need for change and evolution. 

 

Third Stop:

 

‘Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art’ at Two Temple Place.

On until: 24th April 2022

 

Photograph of Ladi Kwali taken by W.A. Ismay. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (York Art Gallery)

This incredible exhibition showcases the medium of ceramics through 70 years and three generations of Black Women Artists working in clay. The exhibition begins with seminal Nigerian Potter, Ladi Kwali, further exploring one of my favourite artists Magdalene Odundo, Bisila Noha, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Chinasa Vivian Ezhuga, Jade Montserrat and Julia Phillips. A must-see. Curated by Dr Jareh Das.

 

Fourth Stop:

 

‘Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child’ at Hayward Gallery. 

On until: 15th May 2022

 

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, Installation view, courtesy of Southbank Centre

This extraordinary exhibition features works from trailblazing Louise Bourgeois, exhibiting 90 collages, installations and sculptures. Many of these works are on display for the first time. Expect to spend the day here.

 

Fifth Stop:

 

‘Private Ceremonies’ at Massimo De Carlo.

 Open until: 2nd April 2022

 

Diane Dal-Pra, Frozen Blance, 2021

One of my favourite practising artists, Diane Dal-Pra, will be exhibiting with Massimodecarlo. This solo exhibition ‘Private Ceremonies’ promises all the beauty, patience, romance and excitement that Diane’s works bring. Can’t miss this one!


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