Lumen | Level 3 BxNU Gallery
This major solo exhibition by Sutapa Biswas spans the artist’s extensive career. Biswas was a vital contributor to the Black Arts Movement in Britain and to the shifting understanding of post-war British art.
Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush
Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush is Ad Minoliti’s first solo show in the UK. Minoliti uses feminist and queer theory to generate alternative interpretations of painting, design, architecture, art history and visual language.
Exploring the principles of non-hierarchical play environments, equal play is a new commission by artist and educator Albert Potrony. The project explores themes of non-gendered and non-prescriptive play, and will take inspiration from Dutch architect, Aldo van Eyck, to specifically consider the role of men and childcare in relation to feminism.
Contacts is an intimate glimpse at lesbian community in San Francisco in the ‘90s through the archive of photographer Phyllis Christopher.
from BALTIC & Travelling Gallery
In BALTIC's twentieth anniversary year, a converted bus with a mobile exhibition, activities, conversation and food/drink will travel to communities across North East England.
Ima-Abasi Okon / Laleh Khorramian / Fernando García-Dory
The Vasseur BALTIC Artists’ Award recognises artists deserving of an international platform and offers a step-change moment in their career each receiving an exhibition at BALTIC, £25,000 to realise new work and a £5,000 artist fee. For the 2022 iteration, Otobong Nkanga has nominated Ima-Abasi Okon, Mika Rottenberg has nominated Laleh Khorramian and Hito Steyerl has nominated Fernando García-Dory.
A day is as long as a year
Mounira Al Solh’s paintings, works on paper, embroideries and films explore migration, memory, trauma and loss. Drawing from the artist’s personal conversations and encounters with those who have been affected by conflict in Syria, Lebanon and the Middle East region, Al Solh’s works tell stories of displacement and uncertainty.
Carolina Caycedo makes work that addresses the commons, environmental justice, just energy transition and cultural and environmental biodiversity.
Bringing together sculpture, video, sound and text, Jala Wahid’s work highlights the ways in which global and interregional politics have shaped Kurdish identity.
British artist Hannah Perry works across installation, sculpture, film and printmaking. At BALTIC, Perry presents a major body of new work for the Level 4 gallery that considers labour, motherhood and class.