• Carolyn Lazard

    Cell Project Space presents the first solo exhibition in the UK by Philadelphia-based artist Carolyn Lazard. Bringing together new and existing works, the exhibition will continue their ongoing interest into redefining the margins of politics through care. 
    Carolyn Lazard’s recent group exhibitions include: ‘Colored People Time’, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts and Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2020); Whitney Biennial, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Body Electric, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (both 2019); and ‘Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon’, New Museum, New York (2017). Solo projects and two-person exhibitions include: ‘If you can’t share no one gets any’ with Collective Text, LUX London & Cinenova (2018); ‘Epigenetic’, with Juliana Huxtable, Shoot the Lobster, New York (2018); and a forthcoming solo exhibition Essex St, New York (2020). Lazard’s writing includes ‘The World Unknown’, launched by Triple Canopy in 2019, and ‘How to Be a Person in the Age of Autoimmunity’, published by Cluster Magazine in 2013. 
    Developed with the generous support of Cockayne & London Community Foundation, Arts Council England and presented in partnership with Wysing Art Centre, Cambridge