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Becky Beasley (b. 1975, UK) is an award-winning visual artist, educator and advocate. She has participated in numerous international exhibitions, among them 80WSE Gallery (NYU), New York; Towner Gallery, Eastbourne; South London Gallery, London; Leeds City Gallery, Leeds; Spike Island, Bristol; Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London; Tate Britain, London; Stanley Picker Gallery, London; Whitworth, Manchester; Bluecoat, Liverpool; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Kunstverein Freiburg; Kunstverein Munich; Kunsthalle Bern. 

She is shortlisted for the 2023 Freelands Award and received a Paul Hamlyn Award in 2018 and is represented internationally by Francesca Minini Gallery, Milan and Gallery Plan B, Berlin.

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-Freelands Award 2023

Paul Hamlyn Award 2018-20

- Henry Moore Foundation Artist Award 2021

BB Female Hormonal Health Signposting

PDF is available from the SHOP here

Recent Group Exhibition

Trilogie de cendres (“Trilogy of ashes”) is an exhibition conceived in three stages based on the collection of the FRAC Pays de la Loire

Trilogie de cendres (v.3)
"Il n'y a que la mémoire qui hurle"

Until 30/12/22



Recent solo exhibition​

H. S. P. (or Promising Mid-career Woman)

Solo exhibition

Plan B Gallery, Berlin

Press PDF from H.S.P.

Artists Publications

Available in SHOP

Two Plants in Dip

Artist's Research Centre

Writers Programme 

Last remaining copies available here.

Signed on request



Ous  | Towner Art Gallery exhibition artist publication with texts by the artist, Brian Cass & Jessica Potter | A

Signed copies available here


Previous Solo Exhibitions

Depressive Alcoholic Mother

Plan B Gallery, Berlin

28 April - 9 June 2018

Previews Berlin Gallery Weekend 


A Gentle Man

80WSE Gallery, New York,

June-August 2017

New York Times review by Roberta Smith 

Recent Group Exhibition:

A Biography of Daphne,

Curated by Mihnea Mircan, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne


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