Lee Krasner: ‘Living Colour’ at Barbican
Lee Krasner is one of the most important, but most overlooked, abstract artists of the last century. Her vivid, large-scale canvases that explode in fireworks of colour are stunning, but you’ll also be able to see her superb charcoal drawings and some early self-portraits. The Barbican aims to stop Krasner always being mentioned in the same breath as her husband (also an artist). Being a female artist is total Pollocks.
Barbican. May 30-Sep 1. £15-£17, £11 concs.