Images: new works by Caroline Walker, in collaboration with Women for Refugee Women
There’s still time to catch the reopening exhibition at Kettle’s Yard, Actions: The image of the world can be different, which features work by 38 artists and runs until 6 May.
The exhibition is inspired by a letter from Russian sculptor Naum Gabo to art historian Herbert Read, in which Gabo reasserts the potential of art as a social and political force and his belief that “the image of the world can be different”. It features pieces by Gabo himself, along with Edmund de Waal, eL Seed, Jeremy Deller and Melanie Manchot, amongst many others.
From 11 April, visitors can also see paintings by Caroline Walker made in collaboration with the charity Women for Refugee Women. A series of portraits of women in temporary accommodation in London, the work gives an intimate snapshot of the impermanent situation these women find themselves in.