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Spring at the Zabludowicz Collection

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Photo-David Bebber

The Zabludowicz Collection is delighted to announce an exciting programme of exhibitions and events for Spring/Summer 2023.

The Invites programme continues, with three innovative early career artists presenting solo exhibitions at the gallery until June; Master Class returns for its 11th year and from March 2023 the Collection hosts the Mother Art Prize, a group exhibition of artists with caring responsibilities, for the first time.

LuYang NetiNeti - Ends 13 March 2023

A major solo exhibition, Immersed in the cultures of anime, videogames and sci-fi, LuYang combines Buddhism, neuroscience and digital technology to investigate the mysteries and mechanics of the human body and mind.

Invites: Catinca Malaimare - 9 March–30 April 2023

Performing alongside anthropomorphised technologies, Malaimare’s choreography manifests our intimate relationship with photographic tools and screens. Malaimare’s work is presented as both live performances, and as video documentation of performance.

Invites: 00 Zhang - 11 May –25 June 2023

Motivated by investigations of what the artist calls ‘a double-sided exile’, 00Zhang’s practice spans sculpture, installation, CGI animations and interactive virtual environments. 

Procreate Project Mother Art Prize - 30 March–25 June

For its 4th edition, this open call group exhibition features 21 artists selected from 630 entries from 36 countries. The Mother Art Prize aims to promote and support artists who are mothers/parents, as well as to drive the attention of the wider public to a broad-spectrum of themes that may otherwise be overlooked and devalued. Mother Art Prize embraces the risk necessary to achieve a sea-change in the perception and normalisation of women and carers’ artistic output as part of the cultural landscape.

Master Class - 17–23 April

Returning for its 11th year, Eight early career artists will be selected through a national open call and supported by this unique and free programme.

Further information on our upcoming events can be found HERE.