'Women Painting Women' is a thematic exhibition featuring 46 female artists who choose women as subject matter in their works. This presentation includes approximately 50 evocative portraits that span the late 1960s to the present. International in scope, 'Women Painting Women' recognises female perspectives that have been underrepresented in the history of postwar figuration.
Lisa Brice, Thomas Hirschhorn and Jim Hodges are included in an informal group of international contemporary artists who have come together to support ’Artists at Risk’, a non-profit organisation who since 2013 have collaborated with arts non-profits and government funders to assist artists who are at risk politically and fleeing oppression and war.
Whitechapel Gallery presents a 100-year survey of the studio through the work of artists and image-makers from around the world.
When Israel banned the Palestinian flag and its colours in Gaza and the West Bank in 1967, activists responded by carrying around watermelons. Over 50 years later, fundraising group Artists Against Apartheid has asked 24 artists including Alvaro Barrington, Lisa Brice and Peter Doig to create works incorporating the fruit.
‘Mixing It Up’ brings together 31 contemporary painters, spanning three generations of artists who live and work in the UK. The exhibition celebrates paintings that bring together diverse images and ideas, highlighting the UK’s emergence as a vital international centre of contemporary painting whilst reflecting the international character of the painting scene in this country.
We were delighted to host alongside Salon 94, New York an online panel discussion on the work of South African artist Lisa Brice. The event featured contributing writers Yasmijn Jarram (Curator, KM21, The Hague); Laura Smith (Curator, Whitechapel Gallery, London) and Attillah Springer (Writer); chaired by Jennifer Higgie (Writer and Editor at Large, Frieze Magazine).
Outset Contemporary Art Fund and art-science collective Visualogical launch ‘theVOV’, an exciting 10-week programme of exhibitions and live events. Experience landmark exhibitions from 15 of the UK’s leading arts organisations, united for the first time on one digital destination.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to present a new monograph, published on the occasion of Lisa Brice’s major solo exhibition ’Smoke and Mirrors’ at KM21 in The Hague.
'Lisa Brice' opens at KM21, the Hague on 21 November 2020. Featuring both new and historical works, this survey show is the first museum exhibition by the South African artist to take place in the Netherlands.
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