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Explore women’s lib at The Women’s Library

Ettie Bailey-King enjoys the small but perfectly formed inaugural exhibition at The Women’s Library Collection at the London School of Economics

Ettie Bailey-King // 8 August 2015

Categories: Art, Reviews

The many moods of motherhood

At an exhibition of photography centred on motherhood, Philippa Dunjay finds much to consider as different artists portray hopes, fears, misfortunes, joys, trials and questions of maternity

Philippa Dunjay // 16 November 2013

Categories: Art, Reviews

No interaction at Silver Action

Although Shoshana Devora looked forward to participating in Silver Action, an artwork involving the discussions of older feminists, she was disappointed by unexpected restrictions and lack of engagement

Shoshana Devora // 6 February 2013

Categories: Art, Reviews

Focusing on women

A new photography exhibition attempts to highlight the roles of women and society's messages to them. Shoshana Devora finds Dorothy Bohm's work is sadly spot on

Shoshana Devora // 11 December 2012

Categories: Art, Reviews

It’s just the beginning

Greta Hughson discovers an art award she can really get enthusiastic about, with an event that supports women in contact with the criminal justice system

Greta Hughson // 1 October 2012

Categories: Art, Reviews

To peep or not to peep

A new voyeuristic exhibition at the National Gallery has hit the headlines, inviting people to watch a naked woman. Ania Ostrowska has had enough

Ania Ostrowska // 20 August 2012

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

Oh no, Yoko

A collection of Yoko Ono's work is showing at The Serpentine Gallery. Joanne Matthews found TO THE LIGHT too light

J Matthews // 11 August 2012

Categories: Art, Reviews

All in a day’s work

With a massive five gallery takeover of the Arnolfini in Bristol, Olivia Plender has certainly been industrious, but Tom Denbigh questions whether her message always comes across clearly

Tom Denbigh // 4 August 2012

Categories: Art, Reviews

From the margins to the mainstream

The Tate Modern is focused on modern art, yet it has become a British establishment. However, its latest move is bold and women-focused. Caitlin Hayward-Tapp visits the press opening of The Tanks, a permanent space to come and see performance art and installations

Caitlin Hayward-Tapp // 31 July 2012

Categories: Art

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