Must see Exhibitions 2017 focusing on ‘Women Artists’ .

Lorna Casey list of recommended upcoming exhibitions focusing on Women artists is available here. Many thanks to Lorna for her ‘Herstory of Art’  talk on 8th Feb . It was such a nourishing session: substantial, engaging and entertaining. There was lots to ponder, much to amuse.

Header image Medallion, 1937 by Hannah Gluck

Hannah Gluck, Fine Art Society, New Bond St, London – to 28th Feb 2017
Modern British Women – 14 artists, Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond Street, London – to 28th Feb 2017
Claude Cahun and Gillian Wearing: “Behind the mask, Another Mask”, NPG, London – 9th March to 29th March 2017
Geurilla Girls, Whitechapel Gallery, and NMWA photography – “Terrains of the Body” – to16th April 2017
Lubaina Himid “Invisible Strategies” MOMA, Oxford – to 30th April 2017
Elizabeth Frink, “Transformation”, Hauser & Wirth, Briton, Somerset – to 7th May 2017
“Entangled” 40 international women textile artists in Turner Contemprary, Margate – to 7th May 2017
Jo Brocklehurst: “Nobodies and Somebodies” in House of Illustration, 2 Granary Sq, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4BH – to 14th May 2017

Jo Brocklehurst: Nobodies and Somebodies

Joan Eardley: “A Sense of Place” in Scottish National Gallery of Modern art – to 21st May 2017
“America After the Fall in the 1930s” in Royal Academy uncluding Georgia O’Keeffe and Alice Neel – 25th Feb to 4th June 2017
Deanna Petheridge pen and ink drawings, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester – to 4th June 2017
Anya Gallaccio permanent sculpture in Whitworth Park, Manchester
Vanessa bell at Dulwich Picture Gallery – to 4th June 2017
Artemisia Gentileschi: 30 paintings in Palazzo Braschi Muesum, Rome – to 7th May 2017
Laura Knight Portraits, NPG, London – 11th July to 13th October 2017
Revolution and Russian Art 1917-1932 at Royal Academy, London – 11th Feb to 17th April 2017
Tove Jannson paintings, graphic illustration in Dulwich Picture Gallery from 17th October 2017


New museum opening: Musee Camille Claudel, 10 Rue Gustavo Flaubert, Nogent-sur-Seine, France – 26th March 2017
Mary Seton Watts (1849-1938): ceramicist, creator of The Potter’s Guild, designer and maker of chapel, Surrey – alongside the Watts Gallery. Also Evelyn de Morgan ceramics in the permanent collection.

Private Galleries

Amelia Van Wuffen at Studio Voltaire
Toute Seule at Gazelli Art House
Jaki Irvine at Frith Street
Maria Lassing at Hauser & Wirth

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