To mark this year's campaign, we have announced five large-scale solo exhibitions in 2020–21 of the following women artists: Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Paula Rego, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Maria Bartuszová and Haegue Yang.
Nan Goldin Misty and Jimmy Paulette in a taxi, NYC
Gwen John Self-Portrait
Cindy Sherman Untitled A
Jean Cooke (Jean Bratby) Self-Portrait
Eileen Agar Angel of Anarchy
Sarah Lucas Eating a Banana
Hilda Carline Self-Portrait
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Discover the life and work of an artist who pushed the boundaries of surrealism
Drawing on art historical, political and personal references, the Nigerian born artist creates densely layered figurative compositions
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The American artist has Irish and African American origins, which have shaped the texture and subject matter of her practice
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