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Viewing Leda and the Swan at Victoria Miro Gallery

Step into a curated dreamscape by Minna Moore Ede with Victoria Miro through Vortic Curated. This exhibition unveils new works from sixteen visionary artists, spanning diverse mediums. Drawing inspiration from the Leda and the Swan myth, this contemporary exploration weaves the classical allure of sixteenth-century masters seamlessly into present interpretation.

Inspired by da Vinci and Michelangelo, the exhibition elegantly blends the myth’s sensuality with modernity, using surviving drawings as portals into Renaissance inquiries. In collaboration with Conrad Shawcross, Marina Warner guides us through the nuanced tapestry of myth, revealing divine and mortal facets of mythical progeny. Vortic Curated, a revolutionary series, unfolds virtually on the Vortic platform and with esteemed galleries, transcending traditional boundaries and redefining contemporary artistic expression.

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01 December 2023 — 13 January 2024
The Wick - Grayson Perry, Expulsion from Number 8 Eden Close, Arts Council Collection & British Council Collection, © Grayson Perry courtesy of the artist and the Victoria Miro gallery
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Viewing Grayson Perry’s monumental tapestries at Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery

The Wick - One Man and His Dog by Curtis Holder, coloured pencil and acrylic gouache on paper, 120 x 120 cm, 2022
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Viewing Tender pencil portraits of Black men by Curtis Holder capture intimate moments 

The Wick - Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin, 2024 © YAYOI KUSAMA Courtesy Ota Fine Arts, Victoria Miro, and David Zwirner Photo: George Darrell
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Viewing The tallest Yayoi Kusama Pumpkin in Kensington Gardens

The Wick - Courtesy of the Artist and Tiwani Contemporary
Photography by Deniz Guzel
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Viewing We Are Briefly Gorgeous by Joy Labinjo at Southwark Park Galleries

The Wick - Courtesy of Gillian Jason Gallery and the Artist
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Viewing Christabel Blackburn: Another Day of Sun at Gillian Jason Gallery

The Wick - Courtesy of The Design Museum
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Viewing Sixty-five years of Barbie’s life in plastic at the Design Museum