Modern Art Oxford is thrilled to announce three major new solo exhibitions opening in 2021 by Ruth Asawa, Samson Kambalu and Anish Kapoor. Begin your discovery of these exciting upcoming exhibitions below. Ruth Asawa: Citizen of the Universe12 February – 9 May 2021 Ruth Asawa (b.1926, Norwalk, California – d. 2013, San Francisco) described herself as a… Continue reading Looking forward to 2021
As part of Platform 2020, University of Reading graduate Natalie Sired presents an accomplished online exhibition of film, poetry and prose. In this new written piece, Natalie takes us on a journey through the sensuous audio-visuals of her exhibition, BEEFCAKE and the themes of feminism, nature and the patriarchy she boldly scrutinises. Words and images by Natalie… Continue reading Platform Graduate Award – Natalie Sired on making BEEFCAKE
In this online exhibition tour, discover Mariana Castillo Deball’s story-filled exhibition for Modern Art Oxford, through the artist’s own words. This special tour was recorded in October 2020 to celebrate the opening of Deball’s exhibition, Between making and knowing something and also features our Curator of Exhibitions and Projects, Amy Budd.
This special video offers us a curatorial behind-the-scenes, as artist Mariana Castillo Deball takes Modern Art Oxford curator Amy Budd around her art studio in Berlin. In their chat, Deball explains the process of, and inspiration behind, creating the ceramic works featured in her exhibition, Between making and knowing something. These ceramics for Modern Art… Continue reading Behind-the-scenes: Mariana Castillo Deball’s studio
“History is always viewed from the point of view of power, so how can you go down into the sources and find the history of people who have no voice?” Mariana Castillo Deball Discover new perspectives by entering our Mariana Castillo Deball virtual exhibition, no matter where you are. Click on the virtual tour below to explore Between… Continue reading Virtual Exhibition: Mariana Castillo Deball
As a Senegalese woman who has never resided in her home country, artist Khadija Cecile Niang’s work explores her feeling of being disjointed from her culture. In recent work, currently on display in her exhibition It’s Not Just Hair, what began as a way for Khadija to reflect on her own personal relationship with her… Continue reading Black Hair and Belonging – It’s Not Just Hair: Reflections by Khadija Cecile Niang
Are you a young artist or architect in the making? Design your own gallery with this interactive activity pack. By making your own architectural model of the gallery, explore the architecture of the Modern Art Oxford, see what local materials have been used in the building’s design, and discover how the individual spaces have changed… Continue reading Made with MAO – discover and design the gallery space