Rebecca Stevenson:

Delicate Pleasures (Zarte Freuden)

Fasanenschloessen / Little Pheasant Castle
Moritzburg, Germany

30/04/2022 - 30/10/2022

For summer 2022, Rebecca Stevenson will install sculptural works in response to the unique setting of the Moritzburg Fasanenschloessen. Her sculptures will reflect the palace's history both as a hunting lodge and a place for feasting and celebration. The Rococo fascination with novelty and the exotic, exemplified in the Fasanenschloessen’s chinoiserie style and unusual wall coverings (feathers, straw and pearls) finds a contemporary correspondence in Stevenson’s work.

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Fasanenschloessen Moritzburg photo: Schlosserland Sachsen

Grinling Gibbons: Centuries in the Making

Bonhams, New Bond St, London

03/08/2021 - 27/08/2021

Compton Verney, Warwickshire

25/09/2021 - 30/01/2022

The remarkable life and legacy of Grinling Gibbons (1648-1721) will be celebrated in this exhbition, part of a year-long series of events to commemorate the tercentenary of the most renowned British woodcarver of the 17th century, .’ The exhibition, created in partnership with the Grinling Gibbons Society, will reveal the genius of this legendary sculptor and craftsman.


The influence of Gibbons will be traced to the present day, with works by contemporary artists and designers including Phoebe Cummings, Rebecca Stevenson and Alexander McQueen.


Rebecca Stevenson, Heathen (detail), 2019 photo: Marianne Wie

Schloss Pillnitz & Museum of Applied Arts / State Art Collections, Dresden

14/08/21 - 30/10/21
'Artists' Conquest': Interventions by Margret Eicher, Luzia Simons, Rebecca Stevenson and Myriam Thyes.


Four contemporary artists respond to the historic interiors of Pillnitz Palace, renowned for its playful combination of baroque and chinoiserie style, as well as in the collections of the Museum of Applied Arts. Taking an approach that is at once affectionate, ironic, provocative and thoughtful, 'Artists’ Conquest’ aims to open up new ways of seeing and thinking and to challenge preconceptions about historic spaces. The artists’ interventions sharpen the mind and re-focus the vision, generating a new perspective on familiar forms.


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Rebecca Stevenson, 'Dreamers', installation view photo: Ben Walther

Ateliers d'Art Magazine

Rebecca Stevenson's work features in the April/May edition of Ateliers d'Art. To see the full article, click here
'As Kingfishers Catch Fire:
Animals and Imagination'
Limerick City Gallery of Art, November 2020 - February 2021, ONLINE ONLY
Curated by Austin McQuinn

Steve Baker, Michael Beirne, Jennifer Brady, El Gato Chimney, Marcus Coates, Dorothy Cross, Anselmo Fox, Charles Freger, Martin Healy, Patricia Looby, Alice Maher, Maria McKinney, Dermot Seymour, Rebecca Stevenson, Katie Watchorn.


Rebecca Stevenson, Cavalier, 2014 photo: Marianne Wie

'Electric Avenue'

James Freeman Gallery, ONLINE ONLY

Andrew McIntosh, Daniel Hosego, Liane Lang, Olivia Kemp, Rebecca Stevenson, Suzanne Moxhay

10 November - 2 December 2020


Rebecca Stevenson, 'Object for a Wunderkammer #4', 2020

photo: Marianne Wie


Solo exhibition with James Freeman Gallery at Collect 2020

27. 02. 20 - 01.03.20 Somerset House, London

"So Beautiful It Hurts'

Andrew McIntosh, Carolein Smit, Rebecca Stevenson

24.10.19 - 16.11.19 James Freeman Gallery, London

An exhibition exploring the boundary between beauty and horror.

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Rebecca Stevenson, Fete Galante, 2019 photo: Marianne Wie

50 Years of the Kraft Collection

KUNST ist immer eine Behauptung. SAMMELN auch. 50 Jahre Sammlung Kraft 

14.09.19 – 24.11.19 Kunstmuseum Villa Sanders, Cologne

Contemporary, modern, outsider and non-western art from the collection of Hartmut & Maria Kraft.

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Rebecca Stevenson, 'Sweet Shell', 2004, wax, Kraft Collection.