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Rose English’s work is the subject of a major exhibition at Leeds Art Gallery, scheduled for 2023, which was shortlisted for the 2021 Freelands Award.


Rose English Various Forms of Fire - Book Launch and presentation at Grafisk Værksted Næstved, on 3 Dec. 2021. Presentation continues until 31 January 2022.

‘In the spring of 2021, the British performance and installation artist Rose English (1950-) was on a long-term residency at Grafisk Værksted Næstved. The stay included a week's work in Holmegaard Værk's glass workshop. The residency stay has resulted in a book that combines the work processes with final works. The book contains a variety of research and ideas, and also draws threads back to a selection of Rose's previous practices. In addition, the book contains a perspective reflection by curator Ida Bencke (Laboratory of Aesthetics & Ecology).’

The book is designed by Kristina Ask, hand-bound by LuiLui Books and is published in a limited edition of 22 numbered copies. Each book contains an original proof (monotype). The book is published in collaboration with Den Danske Radeerforening.

Grafisk Værksted, Næstved
vis á vis "Holmegaard Værk"
Glasværksvej 70,
4684 Holmegaard


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


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 and the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia; May 20th - June 20th 2022 as part of European Capital of Culture 2022.


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


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. 


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


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.