Victoria Miro: Last chance in London

Alice Neel, Alice Childress (detail), 1950. Oil on canvas, 75.9 x 50.8 cm, 75 7:8 x 20 in. © The Estate of Alice Neel. Courtesy David Zwirner, New York:London and Victoria Miro, London.

Victoria Miro, London.

Alice Neel, Uptown
Curated by Hilton Als

Until 29 July 2017
Victoria Miro

“…this display of some of Neel’s most expressive, awkward, empathetic but unflinching work is revelatory and an important voice speaking for diversity at a time when it feels threatened across the US and Europe…” – Jackie Wullschlager, Financial Times


Isaac Julien, Stars (Looking for Langston Vintage Series) (detail), 1989:2017. Kodak Premier print, Diasec mounted on aluminum, 180 x 260 cm, 70 7:8 x 102 3:8 in.

Isaac Julien
“I dream a world” Looking for Langston

Until 29 July 2017
Victoria Miro

“I think that one of the things that linked us was that we were really looking for something that explained how we had come to be…” – Hilton Als. Watch Isaac Julien in conversation with Pulitzer prize-winning Hilton Als discussing the genesis of Looking for Langston.


Milton Avery, Young Couple (Husband and Wife), 1963. Oil on canvas, 127 x 152.4 cm, 50 x 60 in. © The Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation. Courtesy The Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation and Victoria Miro, London.

Milton Avery

Until 29 July 2017
Victoria Miro Mayfair

“Effulgent in their gorgeous, low-toned palette of greys, mauves, greens and a whole range of pinks that are Avery’s trademark…” – Laura Cumming, The Observer


Ongoing in Venice

Alice Neel, Childbirth, 1939. Oil on canvas, 76.2 x 99.1 cm, 30 x 39 1:8 in© The Estate of Alice Neel.Courtesy David Zwirner, New York:London and Victoria Miro, London.

A new chapter of Alice Neel, Uptown
Curated by Hilton Als

Until 16 September 2017
Victoria Miro Venice

“I Love You Harlem…” Filmed on the occasion of Alice Neel, Uptown, Hilton Als reads an undated poem by Alice Neel.

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