You Should Have Saved Me
MAY 2023 - JULY 2023
Tracey Emin’s new exhibition in Rome, You Should Have Saved Me, presents a body of work made over the past two years in her studios in London and Margate.

The Planetary Garden
MARCH 2023 - APRIL 2023

Since the late 1990s, Ruffo’s practice has examined some of the most pressing social matters of our time, from the legacy of European colonialism and imperialism to the migrant crisis of the past two decades. The Planetary Garden continues Ruffo’s ongoing exploration of humankind’s relationship to the natural world, and of the impact of human activities upon the climate. 

DECEMBER 2022 - MARCH 2023
Sam Taylor-Johnson's exhibition "Wired" at Galleria Lorcan O'Neill, presents a series of large self-portrait photographs, all of which feature the artist precariously suspended by trapeze wires high above the dry rocky Californian desert. Taylor-Johnson's new body of work explores the vulnerability of the human condition and the precariousness of life amid all its apparent successes.
New Works
MAY 2022 - NOVEMBER 2022

Kiki Smith's exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill presents new bodies of work, including some of the most complex bronze sculptures of the artist's career. Over the past three decades Smith has explored the philosophical, social and spiritual aspects of human existence through her profound and meditative works. 

FEBRUARY 2022 - MAY 2022

The exhibition spans the full breadth of Giorgio Griffa’s practice, bringing together highlights from the artist’s three major bodies of work: his minimal canvases of the 70s; his large gestural works from the 80s; and his lively rhythmic paintings from the last decade inspired by modernist poetry and avant-garde music.  

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