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2021 Freelands Award Shortlist.
The oganisations and artists shortlisted for the 2021 Freelands Award are:  Focal Point Gallery with Elsa James; Hastings Contemporary with Caragh Thuring; Leeds Art Gallery with Rose English; MIMA, Middlesbrough with Jacqueline Poncelet; Sheffield Museums with Lubna Chowdhary and Towner Eastbourne with Emma Stibbon.  The six galleries are in contention for the prize of £100,000 to realise a significal solo exhibition by a mid-career female artist of their choice. The winner will be announced in November 2021.

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Radical Landscapes. ‘A major new exhibition looking at our connections to the rural landscapes of Britain’. Tate Liverpool 5 May - 4 September 2022.

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Female Sensibility: Feminist Avant-Garde from the Sammlung Verbund.
Touring group exhibition curated by Gabriele Schor at LENTOS Kustmueum, Linz, Austria. September 24th 2021 - January 9th 2022.

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Amy Tobin and Cora Gilroy-Ware in conversation on Rose English on the occasion of The Pioneers. Part 11: Rose English - a tribute to Guy Brett. Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. July 5th - September 4th 2021

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Artist in Residence at the Grafisk Værksted, Næstved, Denmark. Spring / Summer 2021

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Participant in The Art360 Project: ‘empowering artists and estates to manage, protect and make accessible their lifetime’s work.’  Rose English discusses her work and the role archiving plays in her practice: Rose English Art360 film by David Bickerstaff. 

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Rose English in conversation with Paul Clinton on the occassion of her solo exhibition Form, Feminism, Femininities at Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, 2019.

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The Adjacent Possible: ‘a series of conversations with artists and thinkers’ including Rose English on her trilogy of shows for proscenium stages: Walks on Water, 1988; The Double Wedding, 1991 and Tantamount Esperance, 1994. Written and produced by John Ellingsworth, Sideshow Magazine.