Andreas Eriksson returns to Skissernas Museum with ‘Weavings, sketches’, a solo presentation that explores the Swedish artist's textile practice. Through a broad selection of drawings, photographs and material samples, the exhibition focuses on Eriksson's weaving process alongside a series of 45 small paintings titled 'Cutouts'.
A major retrospective of Yinka Shonibare CBE's practice will be held at Museum of Salzburg, Austria in May 2021, coinciding with the centennial of the Salzburg Festival. Curated by Thorsten Sadowsky and Marijana Schneider, the show will present around sixty works from the past three decades including major large-scale sculptures. 'End of Empire' is supported by the British Council.
Charleston presents a new series of works on paper by South African artist Lisa Brice. This solo exhibition continues Brice's ongoing interest in challenging traditional depictions of the female nude and will be shown alongside the first major retrospective of the work of Nina Hamnett.
Borders and edges, ruptures, wholes and holes are the subject of Holly Hendry’s major new outdoor commission and solo exhibition at the De La Warr Pavilion. Emphasising the Pavilion’s proximity to the coastline and its resulting vulnerability, Hendry visualises the building as a body being eaten, becoming porous and ridden with holes before eventually dissolving into its surroundings.
'I'm' at The Contemporary, Austin is the first institutional solo exhibition in Texas by Austin-based artist Deborah Roberts. To coincide with the exhibition, the artist has also created a new figurative mural on the exterior of the Jones Center building.
‘Women’s Work’ is Caroline Walker’s largest exhibition to date, bringing together preparatory studies alongside smaller and large-scale paintings. The presentation comprises intimate portraits of women depicted in isolated settings and examines an often-unseen female workforce.