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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


A Gentle Man Part II (1975-2029_

QUAD, Derby (touring tbc)

from March 2026




Copperfield Gallery, London

Intergenerational Forms

Francesca Minini Gallery, Milan


Last 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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