July 3, 2021–August 22, 2022
Spanning cultures and geographies, and sometimes millennia too, “New Light” presents more than 50 works of art in dialogue from across the MFA’s old and new collections.
One of six of Helen's pieces purchased by the MFA Boston. Hear Helen talk about the creation of this series, life, loss, and love on the Artist/Mother Podcast here
New Works by
Helen Redman & Marianela de la Hoz
March 19 to April 30 2022
Art Produce’s spirited exhibition “Retelling/Recontar,” on view through April 30th, celebrates the sharp vision and distilled epiphanies of Marianela de la Hoz and Helen Redman. These fierce painters share an interest in presenting characters who embody the tension of living in a shifting, and at times declining cultural landscape.
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art
at Snug Harbor Cultural Center
August 21–December 31, 2021
The work of 46 women artists from across the US and Canada who are working to challenge and disrupt the status quo through their ongoing artistic practice.
by Michelle Millar Fisher and Amber Winick
This book is a first-of-its-kind exploration of the arc of human reproduction through the lens of design.
MIT Press, 2021
By: Myrthe Master
Survival and Rebirth. As an art academy student, Helen Redman (1940) was in vain looking for a female example, 'someone who paints from her own body and experience'. In the end she became that artist herself: pregnancy, motherhood, menopause and old age are central to her feminist oeuvre.
Atelier Magazine, Spring Edition, April 24 2021