Doris Salcedo



Current exhibition

Memory Palace

11 July 2018 - 15 September 2018
White Cube Mason's Yard

Doris Salcedo makes sculptures and installations that function as political and mental archaeology, using domestic materials charged with significance and suffused with meanings accumulated over years of use in everyday life. Salcedo often takes specific historical events as her point of departure, conveying burdens and conflicts with precise and economical means.


Past Exhibitions

25 May 2012 - 30 June 2012
White Cube Mason's Yard

New Order

08 April 2011 - 14 May 2011
White Cube Mason's Yard

15 September 2007 - 20 October 2007
White Cube Hoxton Square


10 September 2004 - 17 October 2004
White Cube Hoxton Square

The Unthought Known

08 March 2002 - 13 April 2002
White Cube Hoxton Square

La Casa Viuda VI

15 September 1995 - 14 October 1995
White Cube Duke Street

In conversation with Tim Marlow

In this film, Doris Salcedo discusses her exhibition Palimpsesto at Palacio de Cristal, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid with Tim Marlow.

On 'A Flor de Piel' and 'Plegaria Muda'

In this film, Doris Salcedo talks to Tim Marlow about her exhibition at White Cube Mason's Yard.


In this film, Doris Salcedo's gives a lecture at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago to coincide with her solo exhibition.

The Making of 'A Flor de Piel'

This film charts the process behind the making of Doris Salcedo's sculpture, A Flor de Piel.