Upcoming & Online:


The Pioneers. Part 11: Rose English - a tribute to Guy Brett. Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. July 5th - August 14th 2021. Prompted by the passing of the renowned British art critic and curator Guy Brett in February 2021, ‘The Pioneers’ is a series of online shows paying tribute to his ground-breaking research and work, as a champion of the avant-garde and some of the most experimental art ever made. Second in the series is a virtual exhibition of work by Rose English, featuring some of her earliest works from the 1970’s that illustrate Brett’s description of her practice as being “poised on the borderline of playing and being”.
Virtual exhibition also features: Amy Tobin and Cora Gilroy-Ware in conversation on Rose English.


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The Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970’s: Works 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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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.