A selection of Ruth Rix’s more recent work from sixty years of painting, shown alongside prints by her mother Helga Michie, a Kindertransport refugee from Vienna. Whilst the artists’ career trajectories were very different, the works shown here together illustrate powerful resonances which throw light on each artist’s work.
Magdalene College, Cambridge
In the Robert Cripps Gallery, part of the college’s award-winning New Library.
The exhibition is accompanied by events and performances:
11 Feb: Secret Grounds - Ruth Rix in conversation with Georgina Paul
25 Feb: After Abstraction - The Soundscape of Shapes in the Works by Ruth Rix and Helga Michie: an experimental musical performance
and a talk by Rüdiger Görner
17 March: Discovering the Living Space – An exploration of space, real and imagined, in times of movement and migration. Music performance and panel discussion
Exhibition Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday. Closed on Friday.
- 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (last entry 11:30 AM)
- 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (last entry 3:30 PM)
For further information please visit the gallery’s website.