Tag Archives: exhibition

Textural Threads | Rich Mix

From an early age it is understood that in the Middle East and North Africa the predominant system of authority is a masculine one. With the Arabic word ‘Rabb’ meaning both ‘God’ and the ‘head of the family’, the stereotype … Continue reading

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Wild Things | W3 Gallery

West London’s unassuming W3 Gallery will be showcasing the work of illustrator Misha Zaccour in February. The artist and curator are also inviting families with young children to their drop in art education workshops, giving little artists a chance to … Continue reading

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Re-creating Recreation | Philippa Found

Director of Rollo Contemporary Art Gallery in London and Curator of The Body in Women’s Art Now series; Philippa Found (joined by featured artist; Helen Carmel Benigson) took some time out to answer a few questions for spilt about her … Continue reading

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Wax On | Ann Winder-Boyle

For those of you who don’t know about her already, Ann Winder-Boyle began working as an artist after having found her father’s old childhood books and other items such as inscribed letters and photographs, following her mother’s death.  These very … Continue reading

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400 Women | Tamsyn Challenger

Collaborating with Amnesty International, Tamsyn Challenger has organised an exhibition by 200 artists in response to the murders of thousands of women in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, “the most violent zone in the world outside of declared war zones”, synonymous with … Continue reading

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