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Maggi Hambling

Maggi Hambling website Edge paintings The Wave Fitzwilliam Museum exhibition 2010 Walls of Water: The Monotypes, Marlborough Gallery 2014-2015 Google images Hambling, M. 2009. You Are the Sea, Great Britain, Lux Books. Hambling, M. 2010. The Aldeburgh Scallop, Suffolk, Full Circle Editions. Hambling, M. 2010. The Sea, Salford Quays, Lowry Press. Maggi Hambling is a British […]

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“I have had to go to men as sources in my painting because the past has left us so small an inheritance of woman’s painting that had widened life….Before I put a brush to canvas I question, “Is this mine? Is it all intrinsically of myself? Is it influenced by some idea or some photograph of an […]

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Women Photographers

List of women photographers by country Portrait Landscape Some early women photographers did do serious topographical work in the late nineteenth and early 20C: Evelyn Cameron, Laura Gilpin, Frances Benjamin Johnson Elizabeth Ellen Roberts Artistic photography, continuing the ‘genteel’ occupations for lady sketchers and watercolourists, was also conducted by: Anna Atkins Julia Margaret Cameron Lady Hawarden […]

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Jo Spence

Jo Spence (1934–92) had a highly politicised approach to photography, creating photographs that run counter to the idealised imagery offered by advertising. Spence often worked collaboratively and sought alternative distribution models, laminating work for durability and renting out her photography to conferences, libraries, universities and public spaces to broaden its audience. She also documented her own struggles […]

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Rebecca Solnit

Solnit was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to a Jewish father and Irish Catholic mother,[3] and in 1966 her family moved to Novato, California, where she grew up. “I was a battered little kid,” she said of her childhood.[4] She skipped high school altogether, enrolling in an alternative junior high in the public school system that took her through tenth grade, when she […]

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Huguette Caland

‘l love every minute of my life… I squeeze it like an orange and eat the peel, because I don’t want to miss a thing.’ Huguette Caland (January 1931 – 23 September 2019) was a Lebanese painter, sculptor and fashion designer known for her bright abstract paintings, erotic line drawings, and her Middle Eastern-inspired fashion designs.  I came […]

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Audrey Niffeneger

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Martha Rosler

Description Martha Rosler is an American artist. She works in photography and photo text, video, installation, sculpture, and performance, as well as writing about art and culture. Rosler’s work is centered on everyday life and the public sphere, often with an eye to women’s experience. Wikipedia Website: http://www.martharosler.net Rosler’s work is quite diverse, but can be […]

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Jenny Holzer

https://projects.jennyholzer.com Jenny Holzer (born July 29, 1950) is an American neo-conceptual artist, based in Hoosick Falls, New York. The main focus of her work is the delivery of words and ideas in public spaces. Holzer belongs to the feminist branch of a generation of artists that emerged around 1980, looking for new ways to make narrative […]

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Barbara Kruger

http://www.barbarakruger.com https://awarewomenartists.com/en/artiste/barbara-kruger/ https://ago.ca/exhibitions/barbara-kruger-contact-2010 Most important element is the political content, making it clear and bold, though often based on enigmatic images and comntradiction. She works visually with text usually short quotes in bold typeface eg futura, and uses black, white and ‘lipstick’ red, sometimes other bold colours or limited palettes. Sometimes in caps, sometimes lower […]