The first solo presentation in the UK of works by Rosemarie Castoro (1939-2015), a central figure in New York's minimal and post-minimal art scene, spans four decades of her multidisciplinary practice. The exhibition focuses on her giant Brushstrokes and gesso sculptures from the 1970s, shown alongside a site-specific recreation of her architectural intervention Cracking and a grouping of important late works in welded metal. Taking its name from art critic and curator Lucy R. Lippard's essay Working Out (1975), the exhibition emphasises the physicality of Castoro's approach to art-making, which was informed by her background in dance. She found early...
  • Born in Brooklyn in 1939, Castoro lived and worked in New York until her death in 2015. The artist’s first...

    Rosemarie Castoro working on Party of Nine, 1972.

    Born in Brooklyn in 1939, Castoro lived and worked in New York until her death in 2015. The artist’s first retrospective was staged posthumously at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barcelona in 2017, followed by a major survey exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAMCO), Geneva in 2019. Her work has also recently been included in important group shows at&nbs...