It’s one of those days where you feel like you haven’t got a friend in the world.
Hundreds of artists still battle alone in studios to make authentic work that does not need a curator to explain it. Where are they?
Here I am. Hi there.
Quote is from this excellent piece in the FT Times, which you should go read right now.
Rollo Contemporary Art Gallery seeks to redress the imbalance of women artists in the art world. Click here to visit their website.
From Rollo Contemporary Art gallery. Here’s what their website says about the gallery itself:
ROLLO Contemporary Art is a commercial gallery located in London W1, which was re-launched in 2008 by Philippa Found. Although a small exhibition space, the gallery has become internationally renowned for its influential critically engaged curated exhibitions. The programme is singular amongst commercial galleries for its focus on women artists and a driving concern to redress the under-representation of women artists. A central philosophy of the gallery is to bring theoretically engaged exhibitions to the commercial gallery space, by reviewing themes in current art practice and dedicating solo exhibitions to significant contemporary artists.
You can follow them on Twitter: Follow @rollo43
Cheim & Read Gallery features many women artists.
This moody abstract seascape is by Mary Mellish.
The New Hall Art Collection in Cambridge, UK, focuses exclusively on women artists. Click here to see their website with more art by women.
Finally some art of my own. Here’s some detail of “Red, Purple, Green”. Color looks brighter as you get closer.
A red red boat on a lashing sea.
The New Hall Art Collection focuses exclusively on the work of women artists. You can look at their website here.
Light Space and Time gallery had an art competition for women artists only. Subodh Maheshwari’s painting “Connection” took 6th place. Check out the other winners here.