Following its recent success at Resource for London, Women’s Work moves next to St Luke’s Community Centre. Curated by Shiri Shalmy, this exhibition of emerging and established Islington artists explores the cultural, social, political and domestic lives of women.Opening event: Thursday 14 November 6.30- 8.30pm (refreshments available) St Luke’s Community Centre, 90 Central Street, EC1V 8AJ RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by 12th November
Amongst work by other artists, the exhibition includes two images from my Ophelia series, made in response to other interpretations of the story.
“Although on the one hand still and peaceful, Maskrey nonetheless succeeds in bringing an unmistakable air of violence to her work which see conventional notions of the feminine being ruthlessly unravelled.” Ellen Davis-Walker
These are original Polaroid Emulsion Lifts onto acid free water colour paper. The very nature of the process continues the theme of the subject matter, and ensures that each print is completely unique in its tones and arrangement.
Signed recto, mounted on conservation grade board. Each print is unique and handmade by me. Image size – approximately 12cm x 9cm, mount size A3. Total edition run of 30 sets.
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