ASensitiv GIACOMETTI / WARREN (duo show)
Fondation Giacometti, Paris
21 April – 2 July 2023
At the invitation of the Fondation Giacometti, Rebecca Warren – one of contemporary art’s leading protagonists – has selected a number of Alberto Giacometti works from their collection to show alongside her own, including some new work made especially for this exhibition.
In ASensitiv, Warren analyses the revealing and possibly hallucinatory connections when her work meets the art and personality of Alberto Giacometti. Combining sculptures, paintings and drawings, this exhibition presents an opportunity to consider her work in relation to one of the masters of modern art.
Giacometti / Warren ASensitiv (publication)
Catalogue produced to accompany the exhibition ASensitiv at the Giacometti Institute, Paris.
The cover photomontage shows the hands of Alberto Giacometti and Rebecca Warren in their respective studios, with luminous elements being revealed in darkness.
Essay by Fergal Stapleton and interview with Rebecca Warren by Françoise Cohen.
Design by FUEL. Hardcover, 122 pages, 17.1 x 1.5 x 23.6cm, full colour, in French and English.
Published by Éditions Fage, Lyon and Fondation Giacometti, Paris 2023
Fondation Giacometti Publications
The Now Voyager (publication)
Published by Verlag Buchhandlung Walther & Franz König, Cologne, 2022
Text by Stella Rollig, Axel Köhne, and Rebecca Warren
Edited by Stella Rollig and Axel Köhne
The publication accompanying Rebecca Warren’s first solo exhibition in Vienna at Belvedere 21 is now available for purchase. Documenting the exhibition Rebecca Warren: The Now Voyager, on view from 15 July to 16 October 2022, the catalogue includes text contributions by Axel Köhne, Stella Rollig, and Rebecca Warren.
The Now Voyager (solo show)
Belvedere 21, Vienna
15 July – 16 October 2022
Rebecca Warren’s solo exhibition The Now Voyager at Belvedere 21, consists of nine new, large hand-painted bronze sculptures on variously coloured plinths, and a number of new neon collages shown on walls designed by the artist. Many of these sculptures (which in their variety Warren likens to the cast of aliens in the bar scene in Star Wars) are broadly figurative, and some are additionally top-heavy, leaning, working against gravity, straining against their own bulk and weight. The collages, made of neon, household paint, wool and other elements are presences of a different order: they suggest a strange system of communications manifested as glyphs, oddly familiar peripheral glimpses and distant, nocturnal vistas. Adapted from Walt Whitman’s poem The Untold Want, the exhibition title emphasises the nuance of voyaging in nowness, in live, immediate mental and artistic presence.
Rebecca Warren et al.
Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945 (group show)
An Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition
This major new touring exhibition challenges the male-dominated narratives of post-war British sculpture by presenting a diverse and significant range of ambitious work by women. Offering a radical recalibration, Breaking the Mould not only celebrates the strengths of sculpture made by women but also seeks to guard against the threat of slipping out of view. Through this deliberately restorative act, the exhibition seeks to inspire future generations, supporting the maxim ‘if she can see it she can be it’.
Breaking the Mould represents the work of over forty-five sculptors including Rebecca Warren.
Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, 29 May – 5 September 2021 (Open Thursdays to Sundays and bank holidays, 11am - 4pm. Pre-booking essential. Book tickets at ysp.org.uk)
Djanogly Gallery, Lakeside Arts, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, 18 September 2021 – 9 January 2022
The Levinsky Gallery, The Arts Institute, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, 26 March – 5 June 2022
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, 2 July – 2 October 2022
The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, October 2022 – March 2023
Arts Council Collection