The CAS acquires installation by Sonia Boyce for Manchester Art Gallery based on her takeover of the gallery in January 2018
The starting point for Six Acts, 2018 is a series of conversations about the gallery collection and how it is displayed and interpreted, particularly in relation to the politics of class, gender, race and sexuality.
Emilie Taylor: Beating the Bounds at Bosse & Baum, London
The show is closely linked to the artist’s own experience of the inherent transformations – and spatial limitations – that come with motherhood.
Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance at Nottingham Contemporary
The exhibition design allows for unusual visual possibilities, presenting a non-linear view of feminism that contests the standard linear and triumphalist patriarchal perspective.
Roman Vishniac Rediscovered at The Photographers’ Gallery and The Jewish Museum, London
In today’s political climate, when nationalism and anti-immigrant ideologies are resurging, the foreboding photographs that Vishniac took in pre-war Berlin take on a new and ghastly relevance.
Good Grief Charlie Brown! at Somerset House, London
In the upper galleries work by more than 20 contemporary artists evidences the way the individual characters – as well as the moral, political and philosophical dimensions of the storylines – are a rich source of material.
Speech Acts at Manchester Art Gallery
An invitation for curators around the country to take action: to show those artworks that have been rarely seen, to ask why that is, to collaborate with neighbouring institutions and to tell a different story to audiences that has been rarely heard before.
Gioscia’s theatrical and vividly coloured room-filling installations seem to oscillate between kitsch, craft, high art and pop culture.
Nottingham Contemporary is showing a large-scale exhibition exploring the role that women have played in the history of resistance movements and alternative forms of living, from the suffrage movement to…
The CAS acquires a major sound installation by Scottish artist Susan Philipsz for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Seven Tears, 2016 is the first work by Philipsz to enter the National Galleries of Scotland collection and also the museum’s first major sound and software based artwork.
Michael Landy: Scaled Down at Thomas Dane Gallery
‘Scaled Down’ shows Landy at his most caustically, brilliantly witty. A breathtakingly unsentimental gesture that perfectly encapsulates the issues that have exercised him for three decades.
Ndidi Emefiele: Pets, Parties and a Cuddle at Rosenfeld Porcini
These new paintings are assured, complex and pull the viewer in to explore the myriad details and references, as well as the exuberant materiality of their making.