‘Women’s Works’ private view + book launch

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‘Women’s Works’ non-public view + guide launch

Thursday 19 October, 68pm

Women’s Functions: Artists functioning in 1970s & ’80s London
England & Co’s Task Space at the Sotheran’s Building,
2a Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London W1S 3DP

England & Co are delighted to merge the personal view of our forthcoming exhibition, Women’s Will work: Artists operating in the 1970s & ’80s London, with a London e book launch for Dr Amy Tobin’s e book, Women of all ages Artists Collectively: Artwork in the Age ot Women’s Liberation released by Yale College Press. Dr Tobin arrived to England & Co’s exhibition Cecilia Vicua in 2013 the artist’s first solo exhibition in London due to the fact 1974 and the title page of Tobin’s new e-book characteristics Vicua’s painting Janis Jo.

Tobin’s e book is a thought-provoking galvanized a technology of girls artists. She seems at the perform of British isles and Usa-based mostly artists, and delivers a fresh perspective on the heritage of the women’s artwork movement and how it was shaped by collaboration and togetherness, supplying examples or inspirational feminist activism even though retracing 1970s liberation politics. Tobin emphasizes how artworks emerged from, and contested, feminist paradigms and contexts, with course, gender, race, and sexuality as central problems.

Women’s Functions exhibition Push Launch