KM21 will host Caroline Walker's first solo presentation at a Dutch museum in August 2021. The exhibition brings together large-scale canvases and intimate portraits depicting anonymous women in environments that blur the line between private and public.
Caroline Walker features in ‘British Art Show 9’, a Hayward Gallery touring exhibition co-presented by institutions across the cities of Aberdeen, Wolverhampton, Manchester and Plymouth. Curated by Irene Aristizábal and Hammad Nasar, the exhibition is structured around three main themes: healing, care and reparative history; tactics for togetherness; and imagining new futures.
Government Art Collection acquires 'Shaping', 2019 by Caroline Walker.
Caroline Walker’s paintings reveal the diverse social, cultural and economic experiences of women living in contemporary society. Drawing on her own photographic source material, Walker provides a unique window into the everyday lives of women. Blurring the boundary between objectivity and lived experience, the artist highlights often overlooked jobs performed by women and the psychologically charged spaces they inhabit.
Caroline Walker features in the group exhibition ‘Everyday Heroes’, presented in the outdoor spaces around the Hayward Gallery and the Southbank Centre, London. Celebrating ordinary people through art and poetry, this open-air exhibition highlights the vital contributions that key workers and frontline staff have made during the coronavirus pandemic.
‘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.
In this episode of BBC Radio 3's ‘Sunday feature’, Caroline Walker explores the life and work of Artemisia Gentileschi, one of the greatest artists of the Baroque age.
Art Exchange in Colchester presents ‘Home’ by Caroline Walker, a Kettle’s Yard touring solo exhibition co-presented with the University of Essex’s Centre for Migration Studies. The exhibition features a series of paintings, created in collaboration with the charity ‘Women for Refugee Women’ which feature women living in temporary accommodation who the artist met and photographed, before making paintings of each in her studio.