9 April 2017

Chris Ofili First To Show At Victoria Miro’s New Venice Gallery

Victoria Miro has announced the Venice location for their new permanent gallery space launching over the period of the 57th Venice Biennale.

7 March 2017

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Milton Avery Estate To Be Represented By Victoria Miro In Europe

Today, 7 March is Milton Avery’s 132 birthday. Avery was one of the most important homegrown modernist painters in America before modernism was widely accepted.

23 January 2017

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24 May 2016

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Yayoi Kusama: Largest UK Exhibition Since Tate Retrospective Launches At Victoria Miro

A new exhibition of paintings by the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama opened last night at Victoria Miro’s West End, George St gallery with another show of the artist’s sculpture and installation work launching tonight at the Wharf Rd space. Collectively this will be the the largest showing of Kusama’s work since her retrospective at Tate Modern in 2012. Spanning the gallery’s three locations […]

1 October 2015

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Elmgreen & Dragset First Exhibition To Open At Victoria Miro Mayfair

Self-Portraits is Elmgreen & Dragset’s third solo exhibition at Victoria Miro and their first in the Mayfair gallery. The show will feature a new series of works that are representations of museum wall labels of other artists’ works, including David Hockney, Ross Bleckner, Roni Horn, Martin Kippenberger, and Nicole Eisenmann, among others. A wall label […]

19 June 2015

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Victoria Miro: Doug Aitken Opens Multiple Projects Across Europe This Summer

Victoria Miro presents a solo exhibition by Doug Aitken at the Mayfair gallery. This summer marks a significant moment in the American artist’s career with two important European institutions celebrating his work: Station to Station opens at London’s Barbican on 27 June and a major survey exhibition opens at the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt on 9 […]

15 June 2015

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Ian Hamilton Finlay 90th Anniversary Marked By Exhibition At Victoria Miro

Victoria Miro presents an exhibition of the work of Ian Hamilton Finlay (1925-2006) marking the 90th anniversary of the artist’s birth. A philosopher, sculptor, poet and gardener, Finlay drew on and reinvigorated the classical tradition. This exhibition, curated by Pia Maria Simig, features work Finlay created in response to the French Revolution, and marks the […]

27 January 2015

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Sarah Sze To Open In Multiple Spaces At Victoria Miro

Victoria Miro presents a triple exhibition by Sarah Sze, which will span all three spaces. This is the artist’s third solo show with the gallery and her first presentation in Europe since representing the United States at the 2013 Venice Biennale. In the Wharf Road galleries the exhibition will comprise of three installations – one […]

26 November 2014

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Armory Show New York Announces Its 2015 Gallery Line-Up

One of New Yorks leading art events, The Armory Show 2015 returns for its seventeenth edition. Several London galleries are crossing the pond again this year including: Blain | Southern, Lisson Gallery, Victoria Miro, Sprüth Magers, Carl Freedman Gallery, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, Josh Lilley and Max Wigram Gallery.The event takes place […]

5 June 2014

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Yayoi Kusama Pumpkins Victoria Miro Announces New Autumn Exhibition

A new exhibition of the work of the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, which opens on 16 September 2014 will comprise of two elements: the main gallery will house a new body of paintings and large scale mosaic pumpkins which will be on show until 4 October; whilst a major new series of bronze sculptures will […]

7 October 2012

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Chris Ofili New Exhibition Opens In Time For Frieze

Review – Chris Ofili’s most recent show at the Victoria Miro Gallery has opened in time to parallel Frieze week. It features a body of work, studies on paper and canvas, inspired by Roman Ovid’s poem, Metamorphosis. Collaborating with The National Gallery and The Royal Opera House, Ofili as well as other contemporary artists are […]

25 September 2012

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Elmgreen And Dragset Contrast Rustic Barn With The Guggenheim

Review – Elmgreen & Dragset’s second solo exhibition, Harvest, at the Victoria Miro Gallery, opened last week with a unanimous nod of approval from an audience who were allowed to venture four at a time upstairs to a loft room transformed into a barn. The installation complete with hay bales and a straw covered floor […]

22 February 2012

Seeing Inside Yayoi Kusama At Victoria Miro

Yayoi Kusama: New Paintings @ Victoria Miro – REVIEW To coincide with the major retrospective of Yayoi Kusama’s work currently showing at Tate Modern, Victoria Miro – the gallery that represents Kusama in the UK – has put on a small exhibition of some of her most recent work. While there are three sculptures on […]

3 February 2012

Could Online VIP Art Fair Ever Replace Real Thing?

The VIP Art Fair – the the world’s first exclusively online art fair – opens to the public today: but is it a viable alternative to the real thing? The VIP Art Fair – the world’s first exclusively online art fair – has today opened to the public. With the aim of ‘translating the experience […]

23 November 2011

Alex Hartley Thinks Big

Alex Hartley, the artist responsible for the controversial Nowhere Island Olympic project, proves his salt at Victoria Miro Alex Hartley: The World is Still Big is an innovative collection of original works that proves his credentials for representing the UK in the major Cultural Olympiad project, Nowhere Island. Hartley’s practice (when he’s not sailing lumps […]