18 November 2022 - 21 January 2023
Hernan Bas: The Conceptualists
Please note: the gallery will be closed for the holidays from 18 December 2022–2 January 2023 inclusive and re-open on Tuesday 3 January 2023. While earlier paintings hinge on characters with nascent identities and burgeoning interests, the works in this exhibition follow a new theme, in which Bas’ protagonists engage in a variety of obsessive pursuits that, deemed strange under everyday circumstances, might be rationalised or even championed when considered as ‘conceptual art’.
9 November 2022 - 18 January 2023
Victoria Miro Projects – Richard Ayodeji Ikhide: Acts of CreationAn online presentation by Richard Ayodeji Ikhide, featuring a new series of paintings by the London based Nigerian artist. This is the second project in an ongoing series of occasional presentations by invited international artists on Vortic.
5 November - 10 December 2022
Hedda Sterne: MetamorphosesThe gallery’s first exhibition by Hedda Sterne (1910–2011) since announcing representation of the artist features works drawn from the late 1960s and early 1970s, including important paintings from 1967 created by pouring thinned acrylic paint on to raw canvas.
11 October - 12 November 2022
Secundino Hernández: time TIMENew works continue his investigation into the vocabulary of painting and historical classifications of the medium to create images that radiate a sense of urgency.
11 October - 12 November 2022
Alice Neel: There’s Still Another I See
This exhibition, the first of its kind, focuses on pairings of paintings by Alice Neel of the same sitter, sometimes completed only a year or two apart, sometimes decades apart.
17 September - 29 October 2022
María Berrío: The Land of the SunIn this new body of work, Berrío conjures an apocalyptic scenario, against which the efforts of her central character become Sisyphean as she journeys through a world of heat and dust.
16 - 17 September 2022
Cubitt 30This exhibition will present work by more than 80 artists from Cubitt’s past and present. The proceeds from the sale of works will go directly to ensuring the future of one of London’s most influential artist-led organisations.
8 September - 1 October 2022
The Story of Art as it’s Still Being WrittenThis exhibition, curated by Katy Hessel, coincides with the publication of her major new book The Story of Art without Men, published by Hutchinson Heinemann on 8 September 2022.
25 June - 10 September 2022
Chris Ofili: Harvest
The exhibition debuts a suite of new works that share the title Harvest – Flower Eaters. Completed over the past year in watercolour, charcoal and gold leaf on paper, these works comprise two rectangular forms that read as windows on to a nocturnal world.
8 June - 30 July 2022
IntimacyThis summer, for the first time, a group exhibition at the gallery in London and a presentation at Art Basel share a common theme. In these works, a number of which have been created especially for the occasion, artists convey...
26 May - 30 July 2022
Tal R: Untitled Flowers
Victoria Miro is delighted to present Untitled Flowers, an exhibition of new paintings by Tal R. The paintings are complemented by a large-scale installation of drawings. On view in the waterside garden will be a number of recent bronze sculptures by the artist.
23 April - 18 June 2022
Paula Rego: Secrets of Faith
Completed in 2002, the works on view depict episodes from the life of the Virgin Mary – subjects familiar in Christian art radically retold by Rego that are among the most special to the artist.
8 April - 14 May 2022
John Kørner: Cosmopolitan Super Fruits
Following the artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, this exhibition builds on themes of consumerism, globalisation and networks of distribution and exchange.
6 April - 14 May 2022
Celia Paul: Memory and Desire
This exhibition of new paintings coincides with the publication of Letters to Gwen John, a new Jonathan Cape book by the artist which centres on a series of letters addressed to the painter Gwen John (1876–1939), who has long been a tutelary spirit for Paul.
1 - 26 March 2022
Flora Yukhnovich: Thirst Trap
New paintings by the artist draw upon various depictions of the Roman goddess Venus in mythology, art history and contemporary culture.
15 February - 26 March 2022
Doug Aitken: Open
In Open, the first project to launch on Vortic VR, Doug Aitken has created what he sees as a new context for his artworks, both realised and speculative.
12 February - 27 March 2022
An exhibition in Venice of works by Milton Avery, Jules de Balincourt, Hernan Bas, María Berrío, Chantal Joffe, Doron Langberg, Alice Neel and Celia Paul.
28 January - 2 April 2022
Victoria Miro Projects: Sarah Cain
A dynamic series of online presentations by invited international artists in a specially conceived gallery on Vortic Collect. The inaugural project features new works by Sarah Cain.
19 November 2021 - 12 February 2022
Paula Rego: The Forgotten
Testament to a career spent exploring hidden narratives and their associated stigmas, The Forgotten encircles themes and subjects that are often masked or concealed – out of politeness or embarrassment – such as mental illness and old age.