Inner Voice – Yoga

Lee Krasner: Living Colour

Inner Voice – Lee Krasner: Living Colour

Join Naomi Annand, founder of Yoga on the Lane, for a class cultivating a deeper connection to inner voice, in response to Lee Krasner: Living Colour.

After a special embodying-focused yoga practice in the Barbican's Sculpture Court, you’ll get the chance to walk barefoot through the Art Gallery, your inner voice fired up, so that you can experience how we might feel great art, as much as see it.  

Naomi Annand has been teaching yoga since 2002. Over this time, she has developed a deeply compassionate style of teaching that emphasises the therapeutic benefits of yoga and its potential to uplift and inspire. In 2012, she set up Yoga on the Lane with the intention of creating a dynamic community of teachers and students united by their commitment to practicing mindful, breath-led, vinyasa yoga.

Your ticket includes same-day entry to the exhibition.

Please meet outside the Art Gallery on Level 3.

Remember to wear comfortable clothing for the class and bring your own mat.


chantal joffe and katy hessel in the studio

'She was always looking for something new'

We meet artist Chantal Joffe in her studio as she talks to Katy Hessel (founder of The Great Women Artists) about Lee Krasner's life, her paintings and what this new exhibition of her works mean for her.

photo of lee krasner in her own studio

Watch: Lee Krasner In Her Own Words


American painter Lee Krasner on her own career and her practice.

Longread: Introducing Lee Krasner

A key figure in American art, Krasner's energetic works reflect the spirit of possibility in post-war New York. Charlotte Flint, Exhibition Assistant on Lee Krasner: Living Colour, looks back through her life, works and legacy.

Get closer to the art

Members enjoy invites to exclusive private views and free access to all gallery exhibitions, so they can visit as many times as they like.

Sculpture Court / Art Gallery