In Desperate Artwives: Part Two exhibition at Leroy House, London, I will be showing work alongside Amy Dignam, Rachel Fallon, Jo Hatty, Esther Geis, Dawn Andre Beedell, Karen Barnett, Sue Hotchkis, Sharon Reeves, Sam Alderslade.

Opening night Thursday June 28th 6-9pm and exhibition continues until 3rd July

Opening Times: Friday & Saturday 12pm – 6pm, Sunday 12am – 5pm, Monday & Tuesday 10:30am – 6pm

Leroy House, 436 Essex Road. London N1 3QP

Women’s art practice is rich in disruptions, side tracks, blurred boundaries and multiple identities- all in a day’s work and all ways we describe our postmodern experience of culture. Where would we be without acknowledging this energy in our lives as women artists and thinkers? The title ‘Desperate Artwives’ implies frankness, humour, anguish and ambition and suggests a fascinating and timely project.

Althea Greenan, Special Collection Curator and Researcher for the Women’s Art Library (Make) at Goldsmiths College.

…a group of female artists have formed a fledgling movement known as Desperate Artwives – an ironic twist on the title of the hit American drama – to continue exhibiting and working…Amy Dignam, the founder of the project, who graduated from Central St Martins College of Art and Design, has been overwhelmed by the response to her Twitter and Facebook appear, which she says has prompted a movement, website and now this collection.

The Guardian, 14th May 2012




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