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HEO + 3 – Heo – the private view and history of the event
Written by Claire Dorey. From left: Artwork for the poster by Maria Beddoes. Setting up the exhibition: Top: Curators from left: Selena Steele, Maria Beddoes, Claire Dorey. Next: Up a  ladder; Simon Stalley. HEO (pron) Anglo Saxon word for “SHE” We are really pleased that the Weekender has given us some fantastic coverage on HEO. Click the Weekender link to...
Debating current political and social issues - how can art evoke change? Politics, war and activisim. Join the circle, take a seat and enjoy the evening with a welcome drink. Wednesday 29 January 2020 7 - 8.30 pm RSVP office@acflondon.org Please join us at the Pillow Talk Literary Salon where ideas and shared stories are explored through the Nothing Less! exhibition and weaved through...
HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing Artist’s Statements 13-17
Images: Kim Thornton. Written by Claire Dorey This is the last post looking at the individual art and statements from the artists taking part in Ex Voto Violence in Healing and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed in alphabetical order. The following artists are looking at divine miracles and mess in the home;...
HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing Artists Statements 9-12
Images: Jackie Crawford. Written by Claire Dorey In the next four posts we will look at the individual art and statements from the artists taking part in Ex Voto Violence in Healing and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed in alphabetical order. The following artists are looking at the subjects of climate catastrophe,...
HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing Artists Statements 5-8
Images from left: Edori Fertig, Helen Adie. Written by Claire Dorey In the next four posts we will look at the individual art and statements from the artists taking part in Ex Voto Violence in Healing and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief. Artists work is displayed in alphabetical order. The following artists are looking at unrequited...
HEO exhibition art
HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing Artist’s Statements 1-4
Individual art and statements from the artists taking part in Ex Voto Violence in Healing and the individual ways that the artists interpreted the brief
SLWA at Nothing Less! curated by Aline Lara Rezende & Julia Hartmann
Nothing Less! 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage is an exhibition that questions what constitutes women’s rights today.
HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing
Ex Voto Violence and Healing, curated by Claire Dorey, Selena Steele, Maria Beddoes and Jackie Crawford was the second exhibition in the HEO trilogy of exhibitions, following on from Silence Is Over.
feedback from Ex Voto exhibition
HEO+3 from Silence to the Birth of Ex Voto Violence and Healing
"A fine and powerful and challenging exhibition on the sexual abuse and exploitation and oppression of women from South London Women Artists at the Portico".
HEO + 3 posters
HEO+3 Music for Silence
Written by Claire Dorey From left: Acoustic guitarist Max Warner performs with Jazz singer Talibah Rivers. Next picture: DJ Ben Smith (just seen) with curators Selena Steele and Valerie Lambert, setting up the exhibition. Portico Play List Because Silence Is Over was tackling such a difficult and emotive subject of co-ercive control and sexual abuse we felt that our guests...
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 21-24
Written by Claire Dorey Images from left, Julia de Greff, Anna Arianova, Valerie Lambert, Veena Scialo We've reached the last post featuring the artwork and statements from artists participating in Silence Is Over in June 2018 at the Portico Gallery. We hope you enjoyed their statements and found them as enlightening as we did. If you missed any do scroll...
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 18-20
Written by Claire Dorey Images from Left, Liz Dalton. Maria Beddoes, Andrea Blair During the next few posts we will be featuring the artwork and statements from artists participating in Silence Is Over in June 2018 at the Portico Gallery. Over 20 female artists had their say on a blank canvas on the subject of coercive control and sexual abuse....