Continuing his guest edit of the site, Oliver Ho recommends a current exhibtion from artist Susan Hillier, who he describes as 'one of the most important living female modern artists'.
In her first exhibition since a Tate gallery retrospective of 2011, Hillier is displaying her work at the Lisson Gallery, loosely grouping early pieces, celebrated classics and new works into four themes: transformation, the unconscious, belief systems and the role of the artist as collector and curator.
In addition to the exhibition, Hillier will be in conversation with psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader at the gallery on 12th December
Susan Hiller's exhibition runs until 9th January at the Lisson Gallery (Marylebone) - click here for more information
Cover image - Emergency Case: Homage to Joseph Beuys (2012)
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