‘BE THE BANANA SKIN’ (‘ON THE PATRIARCHY’S COMPLACENT STROLL’).

‘BE THE BANANA SKIN’ (‘ON THE PATRIARCHY’S COMPLACENT STROLL’). A Feminist Art Intervention in the Northwest.  Curated by Corrine Streetly.  Opening:  Tuesday, 8th March on  International Women’s Day, ‘Pledge For Parity’. 2016.  At:  Blott Artists Studios 53 King St Blackpool FY1 3EJ.  Open Daily 10am - 5pm, until the 31st March  2016www.blott.co.uk  art@blott.co.uk  Tel: 01253 620000 Mob: 0774 020 3607.

Scheduled for International Women’s day on the 8th March 2016, Blott Studios is staging a major feminist exhibition, featuring new work by seven regional and national self-identified feminist artists and works by international guest artist Sarah Maple.  We hope the exhibition will inspire local residents and visitors to think about and engage with feminist issues and ideas. 

 
The theme for the exhibition is continued gender inequality our collective aim is to encourage discussion and to explore issues around the representation of women, the art world, and wider society and to bring together some of Blackpool best emerging and established female contemporary artists, to further challenge the male dominated artistic canon.

Featured artists:
Boz Phillips
Jill Reidy
Corrine Streetly
Tina Warren
Zoe Cox
Jo Harrison
Sarah Maple
Helen Pemberton
Ann Carragher

 

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