Today is the pinnacle of Women’s Month, Women’s Day! We thought we’d celebrate and share with you some artworks from our favourite female artists.
Lauren is an artist on a mission to inspire love of humanity and the rest of the animal kingdom after spending a life changing trip to South America. Having exhibited at The V&A and the Tate she is definitely an inspiration for the next generation of female artists.
“Lauren Baker engages people in a unique and atmospheric way. She’s an artist we’ll definitely be watching out for”
– The Tate (Carey Robinson, Curator)
Half a Roast Chicken
HRC is new to the gallery walls and we are very excited to support her in all her upcoming projects. Checkout the North London girls interview with Hunger. Her degree in Theology has informed and influenced her work, developing a strong body of installations which examine concepts of change and the imprint technology makes on youth culture.
Rosie Emerson, born in 1981, is a contemporary artist working almost exclusively on representing the female form. Emerson’s figures draw reference from archetype’s old and new, from Artemis to the modern day super model, each solitary figure, becomes an allegory of her own fantasy.
Rebecca Mason is an artist using light to convey the darkness within human life, existence and emotion. This is often accompanied by a dry, self-deprecating sense of humour and candid confessions aimed at recognising and accepting our imperfections. Neon, with its seedy connotations and consumerist lure, is the brush she uses to create a gritty and simultaneously delicate world.
Yeah yeah Chloe
Yeah Yeah Chloe an Australian artist continually celebrates the female form and all its oddities by inserting body parts into everyday objects like chopsticks. Her unsettling but rather jovial works are currently being shown at our Down The Rabbit Hole group show at Shepherds Market.
Part of a creative family tree Chloe is a renaissance women of the arts dabbling in music, fashion and theatre. Inspired by the years in her youth spent performing in underground death-metal and punk bands, cabaret acts, rock operas and Off-Broadway musicals her works carry a deathly tone brought to life by saturated tones.
Day-Z is London based pencil artist who fuses techniques learned from the old and new masters with contemporary ideas found among street art and advertising.
Posner is widely known for her signature ‘Pop-Dolls’. Posners work depicts the female form in all its glory; representing all walks of life capturing a sense of inclusion and diversity.