Coral Woodbury (b. 1971) critically reinterprets Western artistic heritage from a feminist perspective. She has participated in numerous residencies, including in Italy with rosenclaire, with whom she has worked for 30 years. In 2020 she was a finalist for the international Mother Art Prize, culminating in the Procreate Project exhibition at Cromwell Place in London. Last year, in addition to solo shows in Boston and London, she participated in the exhibition Call and Response at Newport Art Museum, Rhode Island. In 2018 she took part in the Humanities Approaches to the Opioid Crisis, Boston University; the International Travelling Art exhibition at Taragaon Museum in Kathmandu; and #00Bienal de la Habana in Cuba. The same year her work traveled to Palazzo Reale, Genova and Duino Castle, Trieste, Italy. She has given talks with Michelle Millar Fisher (Curator of Contemporary Decorative Arts, MFA Boston), Dr. Claudia Tobin (for The Royal Drawing Academy, London) and, most recently, with renowned scholar Griselda Pollock for the University of Cambridge, New Hall Art Collection.
Coral is represented by HackelBury Fine Art, London, and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston.
Coral Woodbury & Griselda Pollock -- In Conversation from HackelBury Fine Art and New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge
Solo exhibition, Palimpsest, HackelBury Fine Art, London
“Exhibition Diary” The World of Interiors, Condé Nast (UK) Vol 41 no. 1, January 2022
Solo exhibition, Revised Edition, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston
40IN40ENA, (translation: Forty in Quarantine), Palazzo Barolo, Turin, Italy
Mother Art Prize Finalist Exhibition, Cromwell Place, London
International Traveling Art Exhibition, Contemporary Art Gallery, Taragaon Museum, Kathmandu, Nepal
VANITAS#IMPERMANENCE, Traveling Exhibition: Palazzo Reale, Genova; Duino Castle, Trieste, Italy; B#S Gallery, ioDeposito, Treviso, Italy
Vanitas, Palazzo Reale
IMPERMANENCE — An exhibition on fragility
“Tre Tele di Coral Woodbury alla Mostra Impermanence” (Three Paintings by Coral Woodbury in the Exhibition Impermanence), Trip Advisor