News Update: January 5th 2016

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The London Art Fair, 2016

'E8.1', 2012

I'm delighted to be showing work with Crane Kalman Gallery Brighton at the London Art Fair, the UK’s premier Modern British and contemporary art Fair. The 28th edition of the Fair takes place from 20-24 January 2016 at the Business Design Centre in Islington.

Federica Chiocchetti has been appointed as guest curator for 2016 edition of Photo50, presenting ‘Feminine Masculine’ an exhibition that explores the everyday struggle and fascination of dealing with the other sex.
The exhibition, loosely inspired by Jean-Luc Godard’s 1966 masterpiece Masculin Féminin, aims to explore the challenge of representing the mysterious, at times ineffable and immaterial, dynamics that occur or do not occur between a woman and a man.

Presented with a feminine narrative voice, it features the work of primarily, yet not exclusively, contemporary female artists that subtly play with the theme. Without the intention of offering any definitive answer, the idea is to show a suggestive and allusive visual journey into the struggle and fascination of dealing with the other sex, mixing satire, sadness, romanticism and exploring emotional clichés. Artists include Jo Broughton (UK) and Natasha Caruana (UK) as well as a broad line up of international photographers experimenting with gender, image and gaze.

Tickets for the London Art Fair are now on sale at £15 (plus £1.50 booking fee) in advance, including a copy of the 2016 Fair Guide (to be collected at the Fair). Day tickets on the door are £20. Tickets are available from or via the ticket hotline: 0844 8480 136. 


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