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Pillow Talk – conversations with women
Pillow Talk  - conversations with women is a collaboration between South London Women Artists and the Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths, University of London. Documenting the journey the project has taken between 2016- 2018, Pillow Talk contains texts and conversations outlining the various aims, themes and aspirations and is beautifully illustrated throughout. 
Dulwich Artists Open House
South London Women Artist Janet Tod was exhibiting as part of the Dulwich Festival Artists Open House.
julie bennett - music makers
Joint Exhibition – Music Makers
Hackney Picturehouse presented the first joint exhibition of artists Julie Bennett and Gerald O’Dowd.
Joan Byrne
There is Still Life in the old Chapel
A principal genre of Western art, the subject of still life painting or sculpture is defined as anything that does not move or is dead. Interpreting its meaning, 29 artists present recent works in a range of media: painting, drawing, collage, sculpture and film, with surprising results. Set within the historic faded glory of the Asylum Chapel.
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Strong and Stable
Celebrating ten years of South London Women Artists. The theme of the show references a recent article in The Independent referring to those now notorious words… ‘strong & stable’.
Silence is Over at Portico Gallery
Over 20 female artists have their say on a blank canvas on the subject of coercive control and sexual abuse. The canvases will then be assembled into billboards, which serve as a reclaimed space, where the female voice can be heard.
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People interacting with SLWA’s Pillow Talk project
It was a busy evening for the South London Women Artists’ project Pillow Talk. It was being exhibited as part of the Uniqlo Tate Lates in February 2018.
Matze and Citroen at Museum de Fundatie
SLWA artist and photographer YOKE MATZE is in an exhibition at the Museum de Fundatie/Kasteel het Nijenhuis in the Netherlands.
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Frieze ‘Alt Feminisms’ Panel Discussion & Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics
by Melissa Budasz for ArtVerve, at Frieze London 2017 What a way to kick start Frieze London – an hour and half from opening, Alison Gingeras chairs a panel of feminist practitioners whose careers have spanned over 40 years – Renate Bertlmann, Penny Slinger, Marilyn Minter and Cosey Fanni Tutti. Their art initially had censorship restrictions, cut-off from mainstream feminism...
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Orovida Camille Pissarro: Forging Imaginative Territories
By Florence Woodfield Morais for ArtVerve, September 2017   Orovida Pissarrro, Big Leaves, Egg tempera on silk, 56 x 65.5 cm (22 x 25¾ inches), 1932   Orovida Camille Pissarro, born in Epping in 1893, came into the world with a name already endowed with considerable art-historical weight. The only daughter to Lucien Pissarro (the eldest of Camille Pissarro’s seven children) and...
Annie-kevans
In conversation with Annie Kevans
By Rosie Campbell for ArtVerve, August 2017 A painted portrait has always had the power to grab my attention – and often to hold me by the lapels till I’ve addressed, quizzed, interrogated, decoded…even then, I’ve often been left confused, full of questions. It almost doesn’t matter the painting age, style, medium, subject, or even artist – there is just...
LEONOR FINI: Artist, Libertine, Provocateur
Unconventional, free-thinking and experimental, Leonor Fini was once the ‘it-girl’ of Paris and was one of the most photographed women in the art world.