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.
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.