Dulwich Picture Gallery, Rubens & Me
What does the word Rubenesque mean today? Four contemporary female artists discuss their perception of Rubens and how they engage with his legacy in their art. Made for the Rubens & Women exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Solo Exhibition, When the rocks were soft, Arusha Gallery
Solo exhibition showing a group of works inspired by Scottish folklore and folktales. On show at Arusha Gallery's Edinburgh location. 29th September - 29th October 2023
Underworlds by Stephen Ellcock
My work is included in Stephen Ellcock's new book. A captivating visual odyssey to the underbelly of everything, beginning with depictions of life and natural systems existing beneath the surface of the Earth and ending with imagery that emanates from the depths of our subconscious.
Studio Ceramics: British Studio Pottery 1900 to Now
My work is included in this extensive visual catalogue of the V&A contemporary British ceramics collection. This is the primary reference for twentieth-century and contemporary British studio ceramics, and a record of the national collection of British ceramics held at the V&A. By Alun Graves, Senior Curator of Ceramics and Glass, V&A.
Roses, Ruffs and Reflections
A group exhibition featuring works by Alicia Brown, Claire Partington, and Tony Scherman. Each artist employs traditional techniques and historical styles in distinctly different ways that continues the conversation of the deep-rooted constructs of power and oppression that have been seen throughout generations.
12 January - 25 February, 2023
Winter Coat, Arusha Gallery
Solo exhibition of new works that dip in and out of fairytales, lore and modern life to create intricate works that invite the viewer into Partington's world of rich storytelling. at Arusha Gallery's Bruton site. 1-18 December 2022
Meet The Artist: Claire Partington
Artist talk about the Walker Art Gallery commission and general Q&A. Free ticketed event.
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 21st September 2022 from 2.30pm
Historical Fiction: Claire Partington & Lindsey Carr
Joint show and book launch event. Partington and Carr present new works ispired by Dutch Golden age paintings and Tulipmania. KochXBos Gallery, Amsterdam, September - October 2022
England on Fire: A Visual Journey through Albion's Psychic Landscape
Bestselling author and online curator Stephen Ellcock selects pivotal images to chart the fiery and chaotic spirit of England as it has developed over several thousand years – and continues to develop. With texts by novelist and musician Mat Osman that reclaim Albion as an unhinged and rebellious magical kingdom that is open to all.
Claire Partington at the Walker
London-based ceramic artist Claire Partington is showing at the Walker for the first time. The Walker’s collections have inspired this major new commission, presented by the Contemporary Art Society.
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, June - November 2022
Book: Claire Partington, Historical Fiction
Spanning ten years of her artistic practice, Partington’s exquisite monograph is beautifully presented by KochXBos, Amsterdam and features selected highlights from 2011 – 2021, illustrated with lavish photography over 220 pages. Available to pre-order now at a reduced price with March 2022 release. Launch event in Amsterdam, KochxBos Gallery on September 2, 2022.
En Plein Air, Winston Wächter, Seattle
Solo show of new works exploring our relationship with nature within Cultural and Art histories and the symbolism of the natural world in both myth and reality. The show runs from 2 February - 19 March 2022
Teaching Contemporary Art With Young People
My work features in this US educational text book by Julia Marshall which aims to teach about current art and integrate its philosophy and methods into the K–12 classroom. Published by Teachers College Press, New York.
London Making Now, Museum of London
London Making Now is the result of a contemporary collecting project with objects acquired under the Art Fund’s ‘New Collecting Awards’ scheme. These new acquisitions will offer a visually stimulating insight into the world of craft and making in modern London; demonstrating how makers have shaped, and are shaped by, our city.
24 September 2021
Britainton, James Freeman Gallery, London
Solo show. An exhibition of new works, interweaving art history, feminism and fairytale to create a surreal and riotous vision of Britain in 2021.
10 June - 3 July 2021
Jesus Now by Laetitia Barbier
My work features in this survey book of iconography in Contemporary Art. Published by Abrams, New York. Featuring the work of more than 80 artists from around the world, including Cindy Sherman, David LaChapelle, Kehinde Wiley, Pierre et Gilles, Nina Chanel, Mark Ryden, and Alex Grey.
Cranach : Artist and Innovator, Compton Verney
Exhibition at Compton Verney in association with the National Gallery. Including contemporary works by John Currin, Raquib Shaw, Claire Partington and Michael Landy. 14 Mar - Sun 14 Jun 2020