Paula Rego and Richard Harries respond to the Western tradition of art and religion in different ways.
5 September 2023
The Museum of Modern Art and The Metropolitan Museum in New York have expanded their collections of Paula Rego’s graphic work.
18 July 2023
Explore the relationship between Dame Paula Rego’s monumental painting and the 15th-century altarpiece and National Gallery staff that inspired it.
daily 10am–6pm and Friday until 9pm
Dame Paula Rego The National Gallery – Claes Oldenburg The Store Recreated – Marina Abramović Modern Art Oxford
Three exciting previews: Dame Paula Rego The National Gallery – Claes Oldenburg The Store Recreated – Marina Abramović Modern Art Oxford
28 July 2022
Dame Paula Rego, one of the finest UK based figurative painters of her generation, has died suddenly in London aged 87.
8 June 2022
The artwork of Paula Rego, whose career spans an impressive half-century, has been largely informed by her childhood in Portugal, the tension of her conservative upbringing with the looser morals of her London experience at the Slade school of art, and her relationship with her parents.
29 November 2021
To be held across the entirety of its Wharf Road spaces, the gallery’s first solo exhibition by Paula Rego brings together significant individual works and important series, many rarely shown, drawn principally from the past 20 years.
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm
Paula Rego (b 1935) is an artist who is vividly expressive and imaginative in her use of colour deployed in the service of brilliantly choreographed compositions.
8 July 2021
In an era when modernism was dictating that painting should abandon all connection to narrative, Paula Rego
6 July 2021
Cristea Roberts Gallery presents its first solo exhibition with Dame Paula Rego RA, one of the most important figurative artists of her generation, who places women’s lives and stories at the centre of her work.
Tuesday - Friday 11am - 5.30pm Saturday 11am - 2pm (Closed 1-31 August 2021)
This Summer sees Tate Britain open the largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Paula Rego.
6 May 2021
The British/Portuguese artist Paula Rego has severed ties with her long-term gallery Marlborough and joined Victoria Miro
2 October 2020
All art is perforce autobiography, and every picture tells a story. How could it be otherwise? No outstanding artist almost literally makes visual these underlying possibilities more than Paula Rego.
18 June 2019
The first major retrospective of Paula Rego’s work in England for over twenty years will go on show at MK Gallery in Milton Keynes 15 June – 22 September 2019.
2 June 2019
An exhibition devoted to Paula Rego’s preparatory sketches demonstrating how essential drawing is to an understanding of her work.
Monday - Friday: 10am - 5.30pm Saturday: 10am - 4.00pm
A new art space in Kendal Cumbria kicks off with the dynamic pairing of Paula Rego and Rebecca Scott. The vibrant Kendal art scene has been further enhanced by a new contemporary gallery, Cross Lane Projects.
23 May 2018
Dame Paula Rego’s has unveiled a major new exhibition at the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings.
21 October 2017
Rook & Raven presents ‘She Came To Stay’, an exhibition that takes its title from the novel of the same… Read More
9 July 2015
Abbot Hall’s summer exhibition in Cumbria has mounted an exhibition titled; “Francis Bacon to Paula Rego”. It celebrates and explores… Read More
25 June 2012
A short time ago, it seemed as if making and publishing books about art – contemporary art, in particular, was a doomed enterprise.
18 September 2019
Cumbria is an idyllic landscape where rugged mountains meet sparkling lakes. It has a history steeped in art and literature. William Wordsworth, JMW Turner, John Ruskin, Beatrix Potter, Kurt Schwitters and Andy Goldsworthy have all found inspiration here. In addition, it is no wonder it was the centre for the British Arts and Crafts movement. This summer Kendal is hosting major exhibitions featuring Elisabeth Frink, Paula Rego and Rebecca Scott.
28 June 2018
The South Bank Sky Arts Award (originally The South Bank Show Award) has announced the three shortlisted visual artists for the 2018 award.
29 May 2018
Summer has finally arrived in the UK so if you’re planning on heading out of London, Artlyst has put together a list of twelve exhibitions to see around the UK. Don’t miss the Keith Haring extravaganza at Tate Liverpool; major sculpture exhibitions at Yorkshire Sculpture Park including David Smith and Damien Hirst as part of Yorkshire Sculpture International; seaside photography at Turner Contemporary and painting shows galore from early 20th century masters such as Vuillard to contemporary giants Bridget Riley and Paula Rego and historical exhibitions such as Last Supper in Pompeii at the Ashmolean.
4 July 2019
Freedom from Torture has announced the 13th edition of its biennial art auction, Drawing a Line Under Torture.
23 October 2023
Frieze London arrived in Regent’s Park two decades ago. In the ‘noughties’, it hit the London art scene running, bringing a new razzmatazz to the selling of art.
13 October 2023
The Turner Prize is among contemporary British art’s most prestigious and influential awards. It was established in 1984 to honour a British artist
27 September 2023
Angela Flowers, a leading British art gallerist and businesswoman developing contemporary art in the United Kingdom has died.
12 August 2023