See the exhibitions that are on tour before or after their time at the Pavilion

Still I Rise is a timely exhibition focusing on the his/herstory of resistance movements and alternative forms of living from a gendered perspective. This major group exhibition looks at resistance across different times, places and scales: from the domestic sphere to large-scale uprisings. Establishing intersectional thinking as its driving method and incorporating feminist and queer thought and action, Still I Rise spans the late 19th century to the present and beyond.

A Tale of Mother’s Bones: Grace  Pailthorpe, Reuben Mednikoff and the Birth of  Pshycorealism closed on 20 January 2019 after an inspiring few months at the Pavilion. Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff’s work and the accompanying psychoanalytic interpretations  captivated our visitors in the gallery and across our associated programme of workshops and events. Having concluded with Virus of Hate: Responses to Fascism in Psychoanalysis, Surrealism and Modernism, our first symposium of 2019, the exhibition will  move to Camden Arts Centre for Spring 2019.

Caroline Achaintre’s Fantômas, first shown at the De La Warr Pavilion from 20 January to 29 April 2018, toured to Be-Part, Waregem in autumn 2018. This was the first solo exhibition in Belgium by Achaintre. The exhibition included a dozen new ceramic sculptures and four large, hand-tufted wall hangings, in addition to a selection of drawings that had never been shown before.

Use the sidebar to see the touring schedules of our exhibitions across the UK and internationally.