Mona Ryder Lone Star

For almost half a century, Mona Ryder has challenged audiences with her unique visual language and unmistakable explorations into relationships, memory and gendered rituals. With a mix of primarily new and never-previously-exhibited works, ‘Mona Ryder Lone Star’ continues the artist’s decades-long consideration of themes from day-to-day life, such as motherhood, marriage, birth and rituals of domesticity, alongside a sense of foreboding and bereavement presented as fragmented memories through found objects such as mussel shells, human hair, vintage chairs, shoes and burned toast.

16 November, 2018 to 16 February, 2019