Pippy Houldsworth Gallery champions artists and communities that have been neglected, underrepresented, or misrepresented. Building strong relationships with public institutions on behalf of its artists is a cornerstone of its mission.
From its gallery space in Mayfair, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery represents a diverse list of established and emerging artists, three quarters of whom are women. The gallery has presented the first UK solo exhibitions of a number of significant international artists – including Faith Ringgold, Carrie Mae Weems, and Jacqueline de Jong – and has inaugurated the careers of younger artists such as Jadé Fadojutimi and Stefanie Heinze, hosting the first solo exhibitions of their respective careers. Group shows are curated to facilitate intergenerational dialogue: Agnes Martin, Mary Kelly and Kenturah Davis; Hans Haacke, Andrea Bowers and Sharon Hayes; Helen Frankenthaler...
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  • Stefanie Heinze: Stories of the Imaginary (self-portrait of two lemons), 13 May - 27 June 2021

    Stefanie Heinze

    Conjunction of II, 2021

    Oil and acrylic on canvas
    170 x 235 cm

    66 7/8 x 92 1/2 in

    © Stefanie Heinze 2021

    Courtesy the artist and Pippy Houldsworth Gallery London

    Stefanie Heinze: Stories of the Imaginary (self-portrait of two lemons)

    13 May - 27 June 2021
    Stories of the Imaginary (self-portrait of two lemons) is a solo exhibition of new paintings and drawings by German artist Stefanie Heinze. Proposing an implausible notion – a self-portrait of two individuals – the artist explores dualities, reflections and doubling in relation to constructions of selfhood.