17 November - 18 December 2009
Phil Collinssoy mi madre Eliciting the complex and ambiguous relationship between the camera and its subject, Phil Collins' work examines individual and collective systems of representation. Collins' multifaceted practice is based on a close engagement with place and community, and has addressed issues of...
10 October - 14 November 2009
NS HarshaPicking through the Rubble Victoria Miro Gallery and Iniva present the first solo shows in London by Indian artist NS Harsha. Working across media including sculpture, installation and community-based collaborations, NS Harsha is known for his paintings that often depict fields of vast, sparsely...
9 October - 14 November 2009
Grayson PerryThe Walthamstow Tapestry The Walthamstow Tapestry explores the emotional resonance of brand names in our lives and our quasi-religious relationship to consumerism. Charting man's passage from birth to death, the tapestry is peppered with leading brands encountered along the way. Stripped of their...
3 - 26 September 2009
David HarrisonExistence David Harrison's paintings, sculptures and collages make strange our relationship to the natural world. Harrison makes use of a multitude of materials and techniques, whether they be found materials or characters and stories from literature, myth, and history, to create...
23 June - 25 July 2009
Yayoi KusamaOutdoor Sculptures Yayoi Kusama - whose legendary career spans six decades - celebrates her 80th birthday this year. To mark the occasion Victoria Miro is delighted to present, for the first time in London, three new pumpkin works. Situated in the gallery's...
21 May - 25 July 2009
Tal Rarmes de chine 'armes de chine refers to a classic manual about weapons from ancient China. These objects, which once had a very specific and practical purpose, now several hundred years later seem completely abstract. Like a long lost slang…' Tal R Victoria...
18 April - 14 May 2009
Alice NeelWorks on Paper Victoria Miro is pleased to present the first exhibition of works on paper in the UK by the acclaimed figurative painter Alice Neel (1900-1984). Renowned for her portraits of friends, family, acquaintances, fellow artists and critics, Neel was among the...
24 March - 9 April 2009
The CollectionGroup Exhibition
Victoria Miro collaborates with Siobhan Davies to present The Collection. For three weeks, performers and artists present specially commissioned dance and artworks at Victoria Miro Gallery in North London and Siobhan Davies Studios in South London.
6 February - 14 March 2009
Christian Holstadamerican standard Victoria Miro announces the second solo exhibition in the UK by American artist Christian Holstad, whose distinctive practice encompasses large-scale installations, performances, labour-intensive collage and hand-made textiles. american standard will comprise a number of new sculptural works, as well as...
25 November 2008 - 24 January 2009
John KørnerWar Problems War Problems is a new series of sixteen large-scale works, each representing a Danish solider killed in Afghanistan and each bearing a single name - Anders, Mikkel, Thomas, Sonny. Recently on view as part of the 2008 U-Turn Copenhagen Quadriennial,...