Three exhibitions we love this month
From a small exhibition by Caroline Walker at the Fitzrovia Chapel to Isamu Noguchi's light sculpture at the White Cube, here is a selection of the smaller exhibitions we love in London this month
This visually mesmerising exhibition explores Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi's relationship with nature.Read more ...
I discovered Caroline Walker's series of paintings of her own mother a few years ago and it shook me emotionally and psychologically. Her depiction of women’s daily lives, real or staged, is intimate but also reveals the complexity of women’s position in society.
Her latest exhibition is taking place in the tiny Fitzrovia Chapel. The combination of Walker’s wide-scale paintings of women in maternity wards in the backdrop of the Chapel’s opulent mosaic interior is both daring and stunning.
Whether an abandoned factory, an attic or a kitchen table, the studio is the artist's cosmos, where it all starts.
The Whitechapel Gallery's exhibition is a homage to the studio in all its glory, be it a performance space or a room full of secrets where the magic happens.
It has gathered more than 100 works from artists all over the world, from Louise Bourgeois and Kerry James Marshall to Pablo Picasso and Egon Schiele. Magical!
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