Born in Osaka in 1938, Yuko Nasaka was one of the first and few women to be invited by leader Jiro Yoshihara to join the Gutai art group in 1963 and through her art, Nasaka was able to transcend certain social barriers and expectations that women in faced at that time in Japan. The first-ever presentation of her work in Britain is at S│2 London from 6 September until 2 October. Meanwhile, Singaporean-British sculptor and printmaker, Kim Lim (1937-1997), was known for her exploration of form through balanced wood structures and detailed stone-carved sculptures. The sense of rhythm and order in her work sought to draw parallels with the patterns and structures she encountered in both nature and daily life. An exhibition of her works is on display in the Lower Gallery of S 2 London, also until 2 October. Click ahead to see highlights.