28 November–20 December 2014
Monica Ross (1950-2013) was among the most significant British feminist artists of her generation and made important contributions to performance practice, art education, critical writing and the relationship between art and politics.
5–25 November 2014
Manifestations of painted light and images of glass vessels. Works from the recent series depicting Up-side Down Glasses and Crystal Balls, and the earlier series Glasses of Milk.
4 October–1 November 2014
John Dunbar’s legendary notebooks of the past 50 years, displayed for the first time, alongside works and films.
5–27 September 2014
This exhibition focuses on this British sculptor’s early abstract metal sculptures and paintings.
17 June–26 July 2014
A small survey exhibition devoted to Signals – a key London outpost for many of the Latin American artists of the 1960s avantgarde – opening to coincide with the forthcoming RA exhibition Radical Geometry: Modern Art of South America.
10 April–3 May 2014
A visual conversation across two generations presents drawings by Jack Bilbo (1907-67) and his grandson Ben Woodeson (born 1965).
8 May–7 June 2014
This exhibition of paintings, sculptures and drawings marks the London debut of American artist Justin Almquist (b.1976).
14 March–5 April 2014
Color Mahogany Center – the title of this exhibition – is taken from Gertrude Stein’s poem Sacred Emily (1913). It is the line that precedes Stein’s famous dictum ‘rose is a rose is a rose is a rose’.
18 February–8 March 2014
This exhibition launches 99 Balls Pond Road: The Story of the Exploding Galaxy by Jill Drower, and celebrates the Exploding Galaxy, “a collective of artists, musicians, poets and dancers who shared a creative spirit that defied the boundaries between art and life”.
12 December 2013–11 January 2014
The Colony Room Club first opened just before Christmas in 1948, so it seems appropriate that this exhibition of works by some of the many artists who frequented the club opens at the same time of year as a kind of antidote to ‘Christmas’ exhibitions.
12 November–7 December 2013
In his recent series of collage-constructions, British artist Chris Kenny re-imagines elements of 20th century art using ephemeral found materials.
5 October–9 November 2013
Tina Keane is an internationally acclaimed artist who has worked since the 1970s in a wide variety of media, ranging from performance and installation to film, video, digital technologies and neon sculpture.
3–28 September 2013
Art and ritual are near relations… Artists include Wilma Johnson, Jennifer Binnie, Grayson Perry, N.H.Stubbing, Sir Francis Rose, Gérard Quenum, Paul Benney, Christine Khondji, Giovanna Miralles, Cecilia Vicuña, Sandra Sheehy, Jack Bilbo and William Gear.
24 May–29 June 2013
This first solo exhibition in London since 1974 spans Vicuña’s career, including works that document her performances, interventions and actions over three decades.
27 April–18 May 2013
Including works by Michael Druks, Tina Keane, John Dugger and Judy Clark.
7 March–2 April 2013
Michael Druks diverse practice takes in painting, sculpture, conceptual, video, performance and installation works.
9 February–3 March 2013
Geneviève Seillé’s drawings and works on paper are an idiosyncratic combination of writing, numbers, collage, drawing and mark-making. Show here alongside prints and documentation by Jean Dubuffet.