Founded in 1985, Victoria Miro quickly earned acclaim for showing the work of established and emerging international contemporary artists.

The gallery represents over 40 artists and artist estates and has locations in London and Venice. Victoria Miro's ethos remains consistent: to promote great and innovative artists and to nurture the best talent from the new generation of artists from around the world.

Victoria Miro
16 Wharf Road
London
N1 7RW
+44 207 336 8109
  • Yayoi Kusama: I Want Your Tears to Flow with the Words I Wrote

    Yayoi Kusama
    On Hearing the Sunset Afterglow's Message of Love, My Heart Shed Tears, 2021
    Acrylic on canvas
    130.3 x 130.3 cm
    51 1/4 x 51 1/4 in
    © YAYOI KUSAMA
    Courtesy Ota Fine Arts and Victoria Miro

    Yayoi Kusama: I Want Your Tears to Flow with the Words I Wrote

    Victoria Miro is delighted to present Yayoi Kusama's thirteenth solo exhibition with the gallery. This major presentation of new works features a dynamic installation of paintings from Kusama's iconic My Eternal Soul series, bronze pumpkins and painted soft sculptures. We look forward to welcoming visitors who have already booked to visit the exhibitions on Sunday 6 June. Unfortunately 4-6 June are now fully booked but please check our booking page for further availability.
  • Chantal Joffe: Story, 4 June–31 July 2021

    Chantal Joffe
    Self-Portrait Naked with Mum I, 2020
    Oil on board
    243 x 181.5 cm
    95 5/8 x 71 1/2 in
    © Chantal Joffe
    Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro

    Chantal Joffe: Story

    4 June–31 July 2021
    Victoria Miro is delighted to present new works by Chantal Joffe. Accompanied by an artist's book with a new text by Olivia Laing, Story features paintings of the artist's mother and considers issues of aging, motherhood and visibility, focusing particularly on the complex relationship between mother and child over time. The exhibition is the third in a trilogy that began with a year of self-portraits, shown at Victoria Miro in 2019, followed by For Esme - with Love and Squalor, which captured the changing faces across the years of Joffe and her daughter, Esme, on view at Arnolfini, Bristol, in 2020. We look forward to welcoming visitors who have already booked to visit the exhibitions on Sunday 6 June. Unfortunately 4-6 June are now fully booked but please check our booking page for further availability.