Turner Prize-winning and internationally renowned artist Lubaina Himid CBE invites us to consider the experiences of women in the city, as seen through the lens of art.
With works primarily drawn from the Arts Council Collection and Birmingham’s own collection, this exhibition encourages us to bring our experiences of the urban environment to reflect on the boundaries which may curb our enjoyment or the privileges which mean we are free to roam.
This is an exhibition with conversations between audiences and artists at its heart, each exchanging observations, memories and imaginings to give us all a greater sense of ownership and belonging.
Curated by Lubaina Himid in partnership with the Arts Council Collection and Birmingham Museums Trust.
This exhibition takes place in the Gas Hall at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Give what you feel
To ensure everyone can access this exhibition, instead of charging a ticket price we are simply asking you to ‘give what you feel’. Whatever you give will help us to cover the significant costs of staging such an exhibition and ensure that price is not a barrier to anyone who wants to visit.
Thank you for your support.
Lead image credit: Naiza Khan, Membrane © The Artist. Digital image by Birmingham Museums Trust.