Group show at Leicester Contemporary

I am excited to announce that my painting ‘Relic’ will feature in ‘No Reserve‘, an exhibition of intersectional Feminist artwork at Leicester Contemporary, 16 Market Street, Leicester from October 15th – November 3rd 2021.

‘Relic’, Oil on canvas, 122 x 153cm, 2021

You are cordially invited to a Private View of the exhibition on Friday October 15th 6-8pm

Fellow artists exhibiting are from the international Intersectional Feminist Art Collective ‘InFems Collective’ (@infems_artcollective):

Marie-Anne Mancio (@hotelalphabet), Wendy Elia (@eliapaintings), Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf (@rfwolf), Roxana Halls (@roxanahallsartist) and Adelaide Damoah (@adelaidedamoah)

Other guest artists are: Lucy Cade @lucycadeartist, Hatty Buchanan @hattybuchanan Macha Barnden @machamakingart, and Mita Vaghela @mitavaghela1

InFems art collective presents ‘No Reserve’ at @leicestercontemporary. Taking its cue from the adrenalin-fuelled atmosphere of the gallery site’s former life as an auction house, No Reserve is about not holding back, about the limitless, the performative and the theatrical, about extravagant gestures and trickster behaviour. It showcases works across media including figurative paintings, film, works on paper, and sculpture.

Leicester Contemporary was established in June 2021 by an artists’ collective.

“I am filled with admiration for the whole enterprise, which sounds to me ambitious, sensible and very well thought out. I can well believe that Leicester doesn’t have a dedicated space for contemporary art and it seems to me that what you are trying to do will be very much needed and appreciated.”

Bridget Riley



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