CONSTANTLY BUILDING ALEXIS'S ARTISTIC REPUTATION AND LEGACY
SPRING 2023 VIRTUAL EXHIBITION AT VORTIC/COURTAULD
We are very pleased that Alexis's gallery have arranged for Self-Portrait (1977/2010) to be featured in the online exhibition I'll be Your Mirror, curated by Beth Greenacre for Vortic in partnership with The Courtauld Gallery, details here
The virtual exhibition, VIEW HERE , and is free to visit between 18 April - 9 July 2023
ALEXIS HUNTER AT "EMPOWERMENT" | KUNSTMUSEUM WOLFSBURG, GERMANY
We are delighted that Alexis's gallery Richard Saltoun have arranged for one of her works Dialogue with a Rapist (1978) to be included in Empowerment, an exhibition of 100 works from 50 countries that will bring together diverse feminist approaches that speak to global crises.
AUTUMN 2022: exhibition is on view from 10 September 2022 – 8 January 2023
ALEXIS HUNTER: PASSIONATE INSTINCTS
SPRING 2022: exhibition of paintings, photographs and films
curated by Alyson Hunter
"An exciting body of work painted in New Zealand, 1966-2000. Unseen in the UK, but previously shown in the Auckland City Art Gallery, a decade of work spanning 1976 - 1988"
4th - 24th April
THE MARGATE SCHOOL .... independent postgraduate art academy
31 - 33 High Street, Margate, CT9 1DX
Photo: Private View 6th April
TURNER GALLERY MARGATE - CERAMICS
Autumn 2021: Margate Ceramic Market of 30 artists October 30th 31st in the Foyle Room
Twenty works by Alexis Hunter, the first showing of her ceramics in the UK. Made at Studio Ceramics in Auckland New Zealand 2003-2006. The subjects are about the area where she was born (Titirangi) and its native plants and birds
ACQUISITION BY TATE BRITAIN
AUTUMN/WINTER 2020/2021: 'The Tate' have purchased this significant sequence of photographs for the permanent collection
Approach to Fear XVII: Masculinisation of Society - Exorcise
see details HERE on the Tate website but without photos because of its male sexual content
.... and HERE on our Instagram page
ALEXIS HUNTER: MONEY, ART, SEX
AUTUMN/WINTER 2020/2021: we are delighted that RICHARD SALTOUN GALLERY have curated and host this online exhibition
Part 1: 'A Goddess confronting Patriarchy'
Part 2: 'Callisto'
ARCHIVE RESEARCH BY TATE GALLERY
SUMMER 2020: Tate researchers requested access to the Trust's archive now it is consolidated, opening the way to a new research collaboration
WINTER 2018/2019: Exhibition of key work from 1968 - 1986 at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art with publication of full catalogue ISBN: 978191268508 available from RICHARD SALTOUN GALLERY