• Natalia Romik Hand and Trapdoor

    Natalia Romik
    Hand and Trapdoor

    2 June - 21 July 2023
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    • Natalia Romik, Monument in memory of the Oneg Shabbat Group

      Natalia Romik

      Monument in memory of the Oneg Shabbat Group

      new monument by Natalia Romik in collaboration with Piotr Jakoweńko, Sebastian Kucharuk and Maciej Czeredys, has been unveiled at The Jewish Cemetery, Warsaw. The monument remembers the Oneg Shabbat group, creators of the Underground Archive of the Warsaw ghetto. It is the first public commemoration of this important group of writers, historians, artists, journalists and social and political activists who risked their lives to create a record of Jewish life and culture for future generations.

    • Soojin Kang, To Be You, Whoever You Are

      Soojin Kang

      To Be You, Whoever You Are

      11 May - 17 June 2023


      Soojin Kang's solo exhibition, To Be You, Whoever You Are, is open at Gathering. The exhibition presents new sculptures which employ ritualistic actions of weaving, knotting, winding and unwinding to explore the sculptural possibilities of textiles. Kang brings the human figure into being using hand-dyed linen, jute and silk threads, coopting the repetitive, meditative hand labour of textile production to create unruly forms that erupt into sculpture.

    • Clementine Keith-Roach, Wellcome Collection

      Clementine Keith-Roach

      Wellcome Collection

      30 March - 10 September 2023


      Clementine Keith-Roach is included in Milk at Wellcome Collection, which continues until the 10 September 2023. The major exhibition explores our relationship with milk and its place in politics, society and culture.

    • Christopher Page, Vortic Curated

      Christopher Page

      Vortic Curated
      18 April - 9 July 2023
      Christopher Page is included in I'll be Your Mirror, curated by Beth Greenacre, in partnership with The Courtauld Gallery.

      I’ll be Your Mirror includes twelve artists alongside Manet who reference and utilise the mirror to grapple with complex ideas of identity and the gaze, presence and absence, subject and object, paintings relationship to reality and illusion and more.
    • Jeffrey Stuker, Recipient of the Katzin Prize

      Jeffrey Stuker

      Recipient of the Katzin Prize
      Congratulations to Jeffrey Stuker, who has been awarded the Katzin Prize by the University of California, San Diego. This award acknowledges his outstanding record and signifies the University's confidence in his continued promise as a scholar. The Prize has been reserved for incoming doctoral students of extraordinary caliber.

      This award is funded by the Katzin Prize Endowment Fund, established from a generous donation by the late Jerome and Miriam Katzin, who were long-time benefactors to the university.
    • Clementine Keith-Roach & Christopher Page, Johnson Museum of Art

      Clementine Keith-Roach & Christopher Page

      Johnson Museum of Art

      21 January - 10 June 2023


      Clementine Keith-Roach and Christopher Page are included in Wonder and Wakefulness: The Nature of Pliny the Elder at the Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

      The exhibition marks the 2000th anniversary of the birth of Pliny the Elder (23-69 CE), the Roman author, natural philosopher and statesman who wrote the “first encyclopaedia” in the west, The Natural History.