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Black Magic

Genesis Cinema, London| 9.10.18 - 13.11.18

An exhibition in celebration of Black History Month 2018 featuring artwork that represents themes that aim to celebrate, honour and bring awareness to black culture and identity.

CLAIRE-ANNE ABI OLA


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Claire-Anne Abi Ola is a London based artist. Her artwork is inspired by African patterns, and old family photographs. She uses throw-away newspapers, magazines, and painted paper to create her imagery of family members. This is also to show that things people may see as worthless can still be useful. Ola began to be inspired by the magnificent African garments that her family wore, and this is what led to her experimentation with wax and dye. The organic patterns she creates are made with kitchen utensils and vegetables. The figures on the pieces are influenced by West-African art. abiolaartist.com




COREEN BERNARD


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Contemporary artist, born in 1988 in Hertfordshire. She merges classic painting techniques with elements of street art through the use of stencils, spray paint and collages, primarily using acrylics as a medium. Her works range from grand scale to refined decorative pieces, consisting of provocative themes of cultural identity with hints of historical context within a contemporary framework. Her artworks have been exhibited in galleries across London and acquired in private collections in Europe and the United States. Currently based in London, she is continuing to create artwork, working as a creative assistant, facilitating workshops.​




NATASHA LISA


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Natasha Lisa is a London based Jewellery designer and illustrator with a studio in Hackney. Operating under the name Afro Deco, Natasha channels the stylistic influences of Art Deco design and the vibrant patterns of Africa fabrics in her diverse range of artwork and acrylic jewellery. www.afrodeco.com




RUBY HEAD


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY I enjoy experimenting with different mediums though I love to paint & draw . My favourite thing is representing real people in varying real life themes & expressions.





Collage Art

Genesis Cinema, London| 10.7.2019 - 28.08.2019

Local collage artists display their work in the Genesis Cinema Gallery in East London for an 8 week exhibition. 

COMING SOON

OverDrawn

Buster Mantis, London| 28.03.2019 - 25.04.2019

The London Drawing Group partnered with us to host a Drawing Prize for 2019 in which selected artists won £200 worth of prizes!

CLAIRE-ANNE ABI OLA


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Claire-Anne Abi Ola is a London based artist. Her artwork is inspired by African patterns, and old family photographs. She uses throw-away newspapers, magazines, and painted paper to create her imagery of family members. This is also to show that things people may see as worthless can still be useful. Ola began to be inspired by the magnificent African garments that her family wore, and this is what led to her experimentation with wax and dye. The organic patterns she creates are made with kitchen utensils and vegetables. The figures on the pieces are influenced by West-African art. abiolaartist.com




COREEN BERNARD


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Contemporary artist, born in 1988 in Hertfordshire. She merges classic painting techniques with elements of street art through the use of stencils, spray paint and collages, primarily using acrylics as a medium. Her works range from grand scale to refined decorative pieces, consisting of provocative themes of cultural identity with hints of historical context within a contemporary framework. Her artworks have been exhibited in galleries across London and acquired in private collections in Europe and the United States. Currently based in London, she is continuing to create artwork, working as a creative assistant, facilitating workshops.​




NATASHA LISA


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Natasha Lisa is a London based Jewellery designer and illustrator with a studio in Hackney. Operating under the name Afro Deco, Natasha channels the stylistic influences of Art Deco design and the vibrant patterns of Africa fabrics in her diverse range of artwork and acrylic jewellery. www.afrodeco.com




RUBY HEAD


9 OCTOBER - 14 NOVEMBER, 2018 | 'BLACK MAGIC' BLACK HISTORY MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY I enjoy experimenting with different mediums though I love to paint & draw . My favourite thing is representing real people in varying real life themes & expressions.





KAREN BYRNE


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Karen Byrne completed a BA (Hons) Fashion at Middlesex University and previously worked as a Strategic Planner in the design and branding industry. Interested in human motivations, identity and psychology Karen also studied psychology at Birkbeck College. Her artistic practice encompasses mixed media imagery and textiles using a variety of techniques to explore ideas around the human body and it’s meanings. My work explores the fears and constraints of female identity and the way in which society often defines women purely by their physical form. Sometimes humorous in expression – the idea of a woman who is literally ‘all legs’ - I also explore the fears and anxieties around the body and how we might be perceived to be always on display. An existence limited to outward appearances can create a terror at the inevitable ending of that physical self - by addressing those anxieties I seek to confront them and allow us to put them aside. London, UK
@karenbyrnelondon




MING LU


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Ming Lu (b.1993, China) produces works in a diverse range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and performance. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

In her recent works Ming Lu takes inspiration from everyday materials, humorously adopting symbols and language from Chinese history. She uses many ordinary daily objects in her works, such as cosmetics (notably lipstick and facial masks), lingerie, hair extensions, furniture, and food, and transforms them into anthropomorphic playful representations of the female body and the female experience. In her self portrait Pussy, Ming Lu plays with language and visual puns, addressing society’s common reductionist discourse by letting a cat figure peaking from her pants take centre stage. This metaphorical and farcical use of everyday objects to speak of important issues is a typical technique of the artist, her work often veering between abstraction and literalness; between the familiar and the uncanny; between absurdity and gravity. Beijing, China
@_minglu
http://www.minglu.art




MALIHEH ZAFARNEZHAD


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I am Maliheh (Mali) Zafarnezhad, a practiced Irish-Iranian artist in Fine Art, Painting and Mixed Media with more than a decade dedicated experience, a resident of Arts Gateway MK (Art Central), and hold M.A. academic degree in History of Art and Architecture. Having worked and lived in different countries (Ireland, Germany, Iran, UK), I have been exposed to diverse art, cultural and professional communities during my academic career, school teaching, art exhibiting, and as gallery assistant, curator, filmmaker, editor and graphic designer. I have spent most of my life in a country that I was forced to navigate a web of restrictions, imposed by law and custom as a woman. Every aspect of my existence – from how I must dress in public, to the subjects I can study at university and the jobs I was allowed to do in the workplace – was closely controlled. Hence, most of my artworks are dominated by portrait of women filled with thought-provoking messages about love, feelings, loyalty, obligation and social issues. Milton Keynes, UK
@maliheh_zafarnezhad www.malihehzafarnezhad.com




HEIÐBJÖRT BÁRA BORGARSDÓTTIR


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI A young student from Iceland who is on her second year BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martin. Looking for opportunities to exhibit her work. With main medium being oil paint, exploring the female body and sexuality from the woman's perspective. Reflecting on past life and traumas. A painting series called ,,The Bachelorette'' which reflects on my personal relationships with different women. The idea to try to showcase the emotion through the body with the painting. How the women are transparent to each others emotion. An homage to a past life and lovers. How to think about the imagery of nude women without it being sexualised by the viewer. An important statement that the painting is coming from a woman's perspective and how that can change the viewers criticism. London, UK
@Heibii




CHLOE ROACH


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Chloe Roach is a 33-year-old artist working in London who has exhibited internationally. Chloe has recently exhibited a series of paintings examining maternity and those who played a maternal role within her life; nurturing and influencing, for better or for worse. Her work has been exhibited at Salt and Pegram off the vibrant Brick Lane, various art fairs across the UK, as part of WOW Festival in UK City of Culture 2017, North Carolina, Mall Galleries, Glastonbury Festival and the Royal College of Art. Chloe's paintings provide insight into a world where the uncanny and sometimes frightening elements of life are embraced. The subjects within the paintings demand attention; they wish to have a dialogue with the viewer and confront them. Body language, gesticulation, and symbolism, be it through the subject matter or patterns, play a large part in the work and present an unsettling portrayal of everyday life. London, UK
@chloerabbitroach
http://www.chloeroachart.com




KATE KELLY


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Born in East London, raised in Cambridge; I graduated with a First Class Honours from The University of Brighton. I studied Fine Art Painting, and following graduation I attended a variety of residencies. My first residency, by the Royal Drawing School, took place at Dumfries house. More recently I attended a two-month long residency at Organhaus in Chongqing, China. I am now living in Liverpool and running my own business: Kate Kelly, Artist. This allows me to work on a commission basis, painting portraits and more recently large-scale mural projects. My practice is heavily informed by feminist theory and gender, and running my own business My practice continues the tradition of figurative oil painting. Exploring themes around feminism, gender and sexuality: exploring the concept of a female gaze. Within my portraiture works the sitters stare out with confronting demeanours as if the viewer is entering their space. They are self-aware and challenge the normalised, voyeuristic gaze that society has developed. I seek to adjust or subvert the relationship between the viewer and the viewed. I am interested in giving womxn space. Inviting them to occupy space in the physical sense and by suggestion in a broader political sense. Liverpool UK, England
@katekelly5015
https://www.kateemilykelly.co.uk/




SHAINA MANUEL


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Shaina Manuel is a third year elementary teacher in Blythewood, South Carolina in the United States. She also works a side job as a free lance artist to make extra money and keep her dream of being a professional illustrator alive. Her personal work mainly centres around humans and emotional responses. This was a personal piece I created after falling in love with the mood and tone. Columbia, South Carolina
@shainasart
http://manuelsn089.wixsite.com/website




ELEANOR GREEN


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Eleanor Green is a Streatham based artist interested in female identity and the power relationship between genders. Eleanor is a multi-disciplinary artist, working in paint, sculpture, and video art. Most recently Eleanor exhibited in the 2018 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with 'Does my bum look big in this?', a painting of an introspective aubergine, exploring body fascism, and has also exhibited at Somerset House. She is currently undertaking a BA in Fine Art at The Art Academy in London. 'Girl Power' is a response to the fact that I, and many women I know, have never felt it worth talking about times we've been so scared we've put keys between our fingers when we've walked home at night. However normalised, it's an act acutely symptomatic of the powerlessness woman can experience in public places, and deserves visibility and consideration. London, UK
@eleanorgracegreen




VERONICA VALERI


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Italian artist from Rome based in Birmingham (UK). Graduated in 1988 at "Liceo Artistico" in Rome and in 1995 in Painting at "Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts) in Rome. This painting represents the powerful feminine beauty, that on my vision has no time or place, western and eastern, of the past and of the future. When a woman has the chance to express herself totally, she is definitely a queen. No need of a noble title, richness or subjects. Birmingam, UK
https://www.veronicavaleri.com/




MINJOO KIM


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I'm a narrative painter who was born and raised in South Korea. I graduated MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (London) last year. I had numerous selected exhibitions in London including HIX Award 2018 which I got shortlisted last year. My main practice is about meditating my personal relationship with cultural contradictions and current social issues from a perspective of an East Asian woman. The ideas are usually demonstrated by the surrealistic narratives that I created. As a foreign artist, life in a new culture and society led to the discovery of various different perspectives, which resulted in an expansion of my focus to include a more general examination of issues surrounding women’s identity, particularly East Asian women. I always observe myself from 'where I belong'. The stories in my paintings always start from substituting specific women (or myself) in virtual narratives. These women are randomly placed in isolated, ironic or confusing situations which represent certain issues in the real world or personal crisis. London, UK
https://www.minjookim.net/





THE FEMALE GAZE 

Theatre Deli, London| 04.03.2019 - 06.04.2019

Franz Lang

Genesis Cinema, London| 4.4.18 - 1.5.18

A solo exhibition in aims to high-five the whimsical and nostalgic nature of illustration featuring artwork by Italian Illustrator Franz Lang.

KAREN BYRNE


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Karen Byrne completed a BA (Hons) Fashion at Middlesex University and previously worked as a Strategic Planner in the design and branding industry. Interested in human motivations, identity and psychology Karen also studied psychology at Birkbeck College. Her artistic practice encompasses mixed media imagery and textiles using a variety of techniques to explore ideas around the human body and it’s meanings. My work explores the fears and constraints of female identity and the way in which society often defines women purely by their physical form. Sometimes humorous in expression – the idea of a woman who is literally ‘all legs’ - I also explore the fears and anxieties around the body and how we might be perceived to be always on display. An existence limited to outward appearances can create a terror at the inevitable ending of that physical self - by addressing those anxieties I seek to confront them and allow us to put them aside. London, UK
@karenbyrnelondon




MING LU


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Ming Lu (b.1993, China) produces works in a diverse range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and performance. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

In her recent works Ming Lu takes inspiration from everyday materials, humorously adopting symbols and language from Chinese history. She uses many ordinary daily objects in her works, such as cosmetics (notably lipstick and facial masks), lingerie, hair extensions, furniture, and food, and transforms them into anthropomorphic playful representations of the female body and the female experience. In her self portrait Pussy, Ming Lu plays with language and visual puns, addressing society’s common reductionist discourse by letting a cat figure peaking from her pants take centre stage. This metaphorical and farcical use of everyday objects to speak of important issues is a typical technique of the artist, her work often veering between abstraction and literalness; between the familiar and the uncanny; between absurdity and gravity. Beijing, China
@_minglu
http://www.minglu.art




MALIHEH ZAFARNEZHAD


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I am Maliheh (Mali) Zafarnezhad, a practiced Irish-Iranian artist in Fine Art, Painting and Mixed Media with more than a decade dedicated experience, a resident of Arts Gateway MK (Art Central), and hold M.A. academic degree in History of Art and Architecture. Having worked and lived in different countries (Ireland, Germany, Iran, UK), I have been exposed to diverse art, cultural and professional communities during my academic career, school teaching, art exhibiting, and as gallery assistant, curator, filmmaker, editor and graphic designer. I have spent most of my life in a country that I was forced to navigate a web of restrictions, imposed by law and custom as a woman. Every aspect of my existence – from how I must dress in public, to the subjects I can study at university and the jobs I was allowed to do in the workplace – was closely controlled. Hence, most of my artworks are dominated by portrait of women filled with thought-provoking messages about love, feelings, loyalty, obligation and social issues. Milton Keynes, UK
@maliheh_zafarnezhad www.malihehzafarnezhad.com




HEIÐBJÖRT BÁRA BORGARSDÓTTIR


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI A young student from Iceland who is on her second year BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martin. Looking for opportunities to exhibit her work. With main medium being oil paint, exploring the female body and sexuality from the woman's perspective. Reflecting on past life and traumas. A painting series called ,,The Bachelorette'' which reflects on my personal relationships with different women. The idea to try to showcase the emotion through the body with the painting. How the women are transparent to each others emotion. An homage to a past life and lovers. How to think about the imagery of nude women without it being sexualised by the viewer. An important statement that the painting is coming from a woman's perspective and how that can change the viewers criticism. London, UK
@Heibii




CHLOE ROACH


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Chloe Roach is a 33-year-old artist working in London who has exhibited internationally. Chloe has recently exhibited a series of paintings examining maternity and those who played a maternal role within her life; nurturing and influencing, for better or for worse. Her work has been exhibited at Salt and Pegram off the vibrant Brick Lane, various art fairs across the UK, as part of WOW Festival in UK City of Culture 2017, North Carolina, Mall Galleries, Glastonbury Festival and the Royal College of Art. Chloe's paintings provide insight into a world where the uncanny and sometimes frightening elements of life are embraced. The subjects within the paintings demand attention; they wish to have a dialogue with the viewer and confront them. Body language, gesticulation, and symbolism, be it through the subject matter or patterns, play a large part in the work and present an unsettling portrayal of everyday life. London, UK
@chloerabbitroach
http://www.chloeroachart.com




KATE KELLY


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Born in East London, raised in Cambridge; I graduated with a First Class Honours from The University of Brighton. I studied Fine Art Painting, and following graduation I attended a variety of residencies. My first residency, by the Royal Drawing School, took place at Dumfries house. More recently I attended a two-month long residency at Organhaus in Chongqing, China. I am now living in Liverpool and running my own business: Kate Kelly, Artist. This allows me to work on a commission basis, painting portraits and more recently large-scale mural projects. My practice is heavily informed by feminist theory and gender, and running my own business My practice continues the tradition of figurative oil painting. Exploring themes around feminism, gender and sexuality: exploring the concept of a female gaze. Within my portraiture works the sitters stare out with confronting demeanours as if the viewer is entering their space. They are self-aware and challenge the normalised, voyeuristic gaze that society has developed. I seek to adjust or subvert the relationship between the viewer and the viewed. I am interested in giving womxn space. Inviting them to occupy space in the physical sense and by suggestion in a broader political sense. Liverpool UK, England
@katekelly5015
https://www.kateemilykelly.co.uk/




SHAINA MANUEL


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Shaina Manuel is a third year elementary teacher in Blythewood, South Carolina in the United States. She also works a side job as a free lance artist to make extra money and keep her dream of being a professional illustrator alive. Her personal work mainly centres around humans and emotional responses. This was a personal piece I created after falling in love with the mood and tone. Columbia, South Carolina
@shainasart
http://manuelsn089.wixsite.com/website




ELEANOR GREEN


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Eleanor Green is a Streatham based artist interested in female identity and the power relationship between genders. Eleanor is a multi-disciplinary artist, working in paint, sculpture, and video art. Most recently Eleanor exhibited in the 2018 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with 'Does my bum look big in this?', a painting of an introspective aubergine, exploring body fascism, and has also exhibited at Somerset House. She is currently undertaking a BA in Fine Art at The Art Academy in London. 'Girl Power' is a response to the fact that I, and many women I know, have never felt it worth talking about times we've been so scared we've put keys between our fingers when we've walked home at night. However normalised, it's an act acutely symptomatic of the powerlessness woman can experience in public places, and deserves visibility and consideration. London, UK
@eleanorgracegreen




VERONICA VALERI


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Italian artist from Rome based in Birmingham (UK). Graduated in 1988 at "Liceo Artistico" in Rome and in 1995 in Painting at "Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts) in Rome. This painting represents the powerful feminine beauty, that on my vision has no time or place, western and eastern, of the past and of the future. When a woman has the chance to express herself totally, she is definitely a queen. No need of a noble title, richness or subjects. Birmingam, UK
https://www.veronicavaleri.com/




MINJOO KIM


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I'm a narrative painter who was born and raised in South Korea. I graduated MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (London) last year. I had numerous selected exhibitions in London including HIX Award 2018 which I got shortlisted last year. My main practice is about meditating my personal relationship with cultural contradictions and current social issues from a perspective of an East Asian woman. The ideas are usually demonstrated by the surrealistic narratives that I created. As a foreign artist, life in a new culture and society led to the discovery of various different perspectives, which resulted in an expansion of my focus to include a more general examination of issues surrounding women’s identity, particularly East Asian women. I always observe myself from 'where I belong'. The stories in my paintings always start from substituting specific women (or myself) in virtual narratives. These women are randomly placed in isolated, ironic or confusing situations which represent certain issues in the real world or personal crisis. London, UK
https://www.minjookim.net/





When popular media consistently portrays women through the lens of white, heterosexual, cis-gendered men, how can we avoid internalising it? What effect does this have on our view of ourselves and others? A number of local and international artists endeavour to answer these questions through various artistic mediums and styles.

KAREN BYRNE


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Karen Byrne completed a BA (Hons) Fashion at Middlesex University and previously worked as a Strategic Planner in the design and branding industry. Interested in human motivations, identity and psychology Karen also studied psychology at Birkbeck College. Her artistic practice encompasses mixed media imagery and textiles using a variety of techniques to explore ideas around the human body and it’s meanings. My work explores the fears and constraints of female identity and the way in which society often defines women purely by their physical form. Sometimes humorous in expression – the idea of a woman who is literally ‘all legs’ - I also explore the fears and anxieties around the body and how we might be perceived to be always on display. An existence limited to outward appearances can create a terror at the inevitable ending of that physical self - by addressing those anxieties I seek to confront them and allow us to put them aside. London, UK
@karenbyrnelondon




MING LU


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Ming Lu (b.1993, China) produces works in a diverse range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and performance. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

In her recent works Ming Lu takes inspiration from everyday materials, humorously adopting symbols and language from Chinese history. She uses many ordinary daily objects in her works, such as cosmetics (notably lipstick and facial masks), lingerie, hair extensions, furniture, and food, and transforms them into anthropomorphic playful representations of the female body and the female experience. In her self portrait Pussy, Ming Lu plays with language and visual puns, addressing society’s common reductionist discourse by letting a cat figure peaking from her pants take centre stage. This metaphorical and farcical use of everyday objects to speak of important issues is a typical technique of the artist, her work often veering between abstraction and literalness; between the familiar and the uncanny; between absurdity and gravity. Beijing, China
@_minglu
http://www.minglu.art




MALIHEH ZAFARNEZHAD


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I am Maliheh (Mali) Zafarnezhad, a practiced Irish-Iranian artist in Fine Art, Painting and Mixed Media with more than a decade dedicated experience, a resident of Arts Gateway MK (Art Central), and hold M.A. academic degree in History of Art and Architecture. Having worked and lived in different countries (Ireland, Germany, Iran, UK), I have been exposed to diverse art, cultural and professional communities during my academic career, school teaching, art exhibiting, and as gallery assistant, curator, filmmaker, editor and graphic designer. I have spent most of my life in a country that I was forced to navigate a web of restrictions, imposed by law and custom as a woman. Every aspect of my existence – from how I must dress in public, to the subjects I can study at university and the jobs I was allowed to do in the workplace – was closely controlled. Hence, most of my artworks are dominated by portrait of women filled with thought-provoking messages about love, feelings, loyalty, obligation and social issues. Milton Keynes, UK
@maliheh_zafarnezhad www.malihehzafarnezhad.com




HEIÐBJÖRT BÁRA BORGARSDÓTTIR


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI A young student from Iceland who is on her second year BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martin. Looking for opportunities to exhibit her work. With main medium being oil paint, exploring the female body and sexuality from the woman's perspective. Reflecting on past life and traumas. A painting series called ,,The Bachelorette'' which reflects on my personal relationships with different women. The idea to try to showcase the emotion through the body with the painting. How the women are transparent to each others emotion. An homage to a past life and lovers. How to think about the imagery of nude women without it being sexualised by the viewer. An important statement that the painting is coming from a woman's perspective and how that can change the viewers criticism. London, UK
@Heibii




CHLOE ROACH


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Chloe Roach is a 33-year-old artist working in London who has exhibited internationally. Chloe has recently exhibited a series of paintings examining maternity and those who played a maternal role within her life; nurturing and influencing, for better or for worse. Her work has been exhibited at Salt and Pegram off the vibrant Brick Lane, various art fairs across the UK, as part of WOW Festival in UK City of Culture 2017, North Carolina, Mall Galleries, Glastonbury Festival and the Royal College of Art. Chloe's paintings provide insight into a world where the uncanny and sometimes frightening elements of life are embraced. The subjects within the paintings demand attention; they wish to have a dialogue with the viewer and confront them. Body language, gesticulation, and symbolism, be it through the subject matter or patterns, play a large part in the work and present an unsettling portrayal of everyday life. London, UK
@chloerabbitroach
http://www.chloeroachart.com




KATE KELLY


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Born in East London, raised in Cambridge; I graduated with a First Class Honours from The University of Brighton. I studied Fine Art Painting, and following graduation I attended a variety of residencies. My first residency, by the Royal Drawing School, took place at Dumfries house. More recently I attended a two-month long residency at Organhaus in Chongqing, China. I am now living in Liverpool and running my own business: Kate Kelly, Artist. This allows me to work on a commission basis, painting portraits and more recently large-scale mural projects. My practice is heavily informed by feminist theory and gender, and running my own business My practice continues the tradition of figurative oil painting. Exploring themes around feminism, gender and sexuality: exploring the concept of a female gaze. Within my portraiture works the sitters stare out with confronting demeanours as if the viewer is entering their space. They are self-aware and challenge the normalised, voyeuristic gaze that society has developed. I seek to adjust or subvert the relationship between the viewer and the viewed. I am interested in giving womxn space. Inviting them to occupy space in the physical sense and by suggestion in a broader political sense. Liverpool UK, England
@katekelly5015
https://www.kateemilykelly.co.uk/




SHAINA MANUEL


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Shaina Manuel is a third year elementary teacher in Blythewood, South Carolina in the United States. She also works a side job as a free lance artist to make extra money and keep her dream of being a professional illustrator alive. Her personal work mainly centres around humans and emotional responses. This was a personal piece I created after falling in love with the mood and tone. Columbia, South Carolina
@shainasart
http://manuelsn089.wixsite.com/website




ELEANOR GREEN


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Eleanor Green is a Streatham based artist interested in female identity and the power relationship between genders. Eleanor is a multi-disciplinary artist, working in paint, sculpture, and video art. Most recently Eleanor exhibited in the 2018 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with 'Does my bum look big in this?', a painting of an introspective aubergine, exploring body fascism, and has also exhibited at Somerset House. She is currently undertaking a BA in Fine Art at The Art Academy in London. 'Girl Power' is a response to the fact that I, and many women I know, have never felt it worth talking about times we've been so scared we've put keys between our fingers when we've walked home at night. However normalised, it's an act acutely symptomatic of the powerlessness woman can experience in public places, and deserves visibility and consideration. London, UK
@eleanorgracegreen




VERONICA VALERI


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Italian artist from Rome based in Birmingham (UK). Graduated in 1988 at "Liceo Artistico" in Rome and in 1995 in Painting at "Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts) in Rome. This painting represents the powerful feminine beauty, that on my vision has no time or place, western and eastern, of the past and of the future. When a woman has the chance to express herself totally, she is definitely a queen. No need of a noble title, richness or subjects. Birmingam, UK
https://www.veronicavaleri.com/




MINJOO KIM


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I'm a narrative painter who was born and raised in South Korea. I graduated MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (London) last year. I had numerous selected exhibitions in London including HIX Award 2018 which I got shortlisted last year. My main practice is about meditating my personal relationship with cultural contradictions and current social issues from a perspective of an East Asian woman. The ideas are usually demonstrated by the surrealistic narratives that I created. As a foreign artist, life in a new culture and society led to the discovery of various different perspectives, which resulted in an expansion of my focus to include a more general examination of issues surrounding women’s identity, particularly East Asian women. I always observe myself from 'where I belong'. The stories in my paintings always start from substituting specific women (or myself) in virtual narratives. These women are randomly placed in isolated, ironic or confusing situations which represent certain issues in the real world or personal crisis. London, UK
https://www.minjookim.net/





LIFTED\\18

Genesis Cinema, London| 10.12.18 - 10.1.19

Three young, local emerging artists win top prize in Dark Yellow Dot's second annual art competition delivered in partnership with one of East London's most vibrant arts Cinemas, The Genesis.

MING YING


Ming Ying is a painter in both China and UK. She mainly focuses on creating oil painting works. In her practice, she is exploring a personal painting language and devotes herself to bringing a new visual experience of painting to viewers. She intends to combine the eastern philosophical theories and western way of representation. Striking colours and exquisite composition, delicate sense of rhythm become the characteristics of her works. Her works show strong emotions, rich imagination, philosophical thought and personal experience. She is eager to express her thoughts and thinking of society, life and culture through her painting works.




CELESTE C. DA LUZ


From film production to painting, Celeste's core concern is always to create works that can depict her understandings on things and to express her personal feelings about them. Rebuilding significant memories is also her main purpose of creation. Colour is the root of all Celeste's paintings, corresponding with a variety of materials that can create responsive effects to the memories. Her practice focuses on painting spontaneously onto the canvas to make abstract compositions, using the specialty of different brushes and tools. Born and raised in Macau, Celeste received a BA in Communication (Creative Media) from the University of Macau. She is currently doing a MA in Fine Art at the University for the Creative Arts in the UK.




POLINA DOBROTINA


ARTdobro (Polina Dobrotina) is a contemporary London-based artist of Russian origin. Living and studying in France, more specifically in Normandy – the birth-place of impressionism, artist explored the works of Monet, Renoir, Degas, Sisley who influenced the development of her own style. Taking inspiration from the vibrant beauty of nature, ARTdobro expresses raw emotions on canvas which her talent transforms not into the fine artwork but into the essence of life. These abstract impressionist paintings reflect young passions and desires, celebrating the love of life.





Be A Man

Theatre Deli, London| 14.10.18 - 4.11.18

Suicide is the number one killer of men under 45 in the UK. There’s a stigma around seeking help as it’s viewed as a sign of weakness and loss of masculinity. We teamed up with Theatre Deli and a 10 artists to use visual art as a medium to talk about male mental health and what it really means to be a man.

Kayleigh Marshall

Locus of Walthamstow, London| 24.2.18 - 5.3.18

Walthamstow's favourite pop-up shop and creative hub, Locus of Walthamstow, called upon Dark Yellow Dot to find a highly talented local artist for a full wall display lining during an tasty pop-up restaurant.

CHLOE AMY AVERY


19 JAN - 22 MAR, 2018 | "A TASTE OF HOME" SOLO EXHIBITION | THE GENESIS GALLERY CINEMA Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions I'm an embroidery artist living in north london. I use food and nostalgia to inspire my hyper realistic impression pieces. I studied fashion design at MA level, then took my love of drawing, colour, texture and embroidery to create art works, where thread is used like paint to create depth and draw in the viewer. chloeamyavery.com





A Taste of Home

Genesis Cinema, London| 19.1.18 - 19.2.18

We gave one of London's best new up and coming embroidery artists, Chloe Amy Avery, the chance to exhibit her tasty looking artwork for one her first exhibitions.

CHLOE AMY AVERY


19 JAN - 22 MAR, 2018 | "A TASTE OF HOME" SOLO EXHIBITION | THE GENESIS GALLERY CINEMA Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions I'm an embroidery artist living in north london. I use food and nostalgia to inspire my hyper realistic impression pieces. I studied fashion design at MA level, then took my love of drawing, colour, texture and embroidery to create art works, where thread is used like paint to create depth and draw in the viewer. chloeamyavery.com





CHLOE AMY AVERY


19 JAN - 22 MAR, 2018 | "A TASTE OF HOME" SOLO EXHIBITION | THE GENESIS GALLERY CINEMA Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions I'm an embroidery artist living in north london. I use food and nostalgia to inspire my hyper realistic impression pieces. I studied fashion design at MA level, then took my love of drawing, colour, texture and embroidery to create art works, where thread is used like paint to create depth and draw in the viewer. chloeamyavery.com





Captive State

Number 177 Bar, London| 10.3.18 - 10.5.18

Number 177 Bar from The Number Gallery, joined forces with Dark Yellow Dot to highlight the talent of 4 selected local emerging artists. 

KAREN BYRNE


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Karen Byrne completed a BA (Hons) Fashion at Middlesex University and previously worked as a Strategic Planner in the design and branding industry. Interested in human motivations, identity and psychology Karen also studied psychology at Birkbeck College. Her artistic practice encompasses mixed media imagery and textiles using a variety of techniques to explore ideas around the human body and it’s meanings. My work explores the fears and constraints of female identity and the way in which society often defines women purely by their physical form. Sometimes humorous in expression – the idea of a woman who is literally ‘all legs’ - I also explore the fears and anxieties around the body and how we might be perceived to be always on display. An existence limited to outward appearances can create a terror at the inevitable ending of that physical self - by addressing those anxieties I seek to confront them and allow us to put them aside. London, UK
@karenbyrnelondon




MING LU


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Ming Lu (b.1993, China) produces works in a diverse range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and performance. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

In her recent works Ming Lu takes inspiration from everyday materials, humorously adopting symbols and language from Chinese history. She uses many ordinary daily objects in her works, such as cosmetics (notably lipstick and facial masks), lingerie, hair extensions, furniture, and food, and transforms them into anthropomorphic playful representations of the female body and the female experience. In her self portrait Pussy, Ming Lu plays with language and visual puns, addressing society’s common reductionist discourse by letting a cat figure peaking from her pants take centre stage. This metaphorical and farcical use of everyday objects to speak of important issues is a typical technique of the artist, her work often veering between abstraction and literalness; between the familiar and the uncanny; between absurdity and gravity. Beijing, China
@_minglu
http://www.minglu.art




MALIHEH ZAFARNEZHAD


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I am Maliheh (Mali) Zafarnezhad, a practiced Irish-Iranian artist in Fine Art, Painting and Mixed Media with more than a decade dedicated experience, a resident of Arts Gateway MK (Art Central), and hold M.A. academic degree in History of Art and Architecture. Having worked and lived in different countries (Ireland, Germany, Iran, UK), I have been exposed to diverse art, cultural and professional communities during my academic career, school teaching, art exhibiting, and as gallery assistant, curator, filmmaker, editor and graphic designer. I have spent most of my life in a country that I was forced to navigate a web of restrictions, imposed by law and custom as a woman. Every aspect of my existence – from how I must dress in public, to the subjects I can study at university and the jobs I was allowed to do in the workplace – was closely controlled. Hence, most of my artworks are dominated by portrait of women filled with thought-provoking messages about love, feelings, loyalty, obligation and social issues. Milton Keynes, UK
@maliheh_zafarnezhad www.malihehzafarnezhad.com




HEIÐBJÖRT BÁRA BORGARSDÓTTIR


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI A young student from Iceland who is on her second year BA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martin. Looking for opportunities to exhibit her work. With main medium being oil paint, exploring the female body and sexuality from the woman's perspective. Reflecting on past life and traumas. A painting series called ,,The Bachelorette'' which reflects on my personal relationships with different women. The idea to try to showcase the emotion through the body with the painting. How the women are transparent to each others emotion. An homage to a past life and lovers. How to think about the imagery of nude women without it being sexualised by the viewer. An important statement that the painting is coming from a woman's perspective and how that can change the viewers criticism. London, UK
@Heibii




CHLOE ROACH


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Chloe Roach is a 33-year-old artist working in London who has exhibited internationally. Chloe has recently exhibited a series of paintings examining maternity and those who played a maternal role within her life; nurturing and influencing, for better or for worse. Her work has been exhibited at Salt and Pegram off the vibrant Brick Lane, various art fairs across the UK, as part of WOW Festival in UK City of Culture 2017, North Carolina, Mall Galleries, Glastonbury Festival and the Royal College of Art. Chloe's paintings provide insight into a world where the uncanny and sometimes frightening elements of life are embraced. The subjects within the paintings demand attention; they wish to have a dialogue with the viewer and confront them. Body language, gesticulation, and symbolism, be it through the subject matter or patterns, play a large part in the work and present an unsettling portrayal of everyday life. London, UK
@chloerabbitroach
http://www.chloeroachart.com




KATE KELLY


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Born in East London, raised in Cambridge; I graduated with a First Class Honours from The University of Brighton. I studied Fine Art Painting, and following graduation I attended a variety of residencies. My first residency, by the Royal Drawing School, took place at Dumfries house. More recently I attended a two-month long residency at Organhaus in Chongqing, China. I am now living in Liverpool and running my own business: Kate Kelly, Artist. This allows me to work on a commission basis, painting portraits and more recently large-scale mural projects. My practice is heavily informed by feminist theory and gender, and running my own business My practice continues the tradition of figurative oil painting. Exploring themes around feminism, gender and sexuality: exploring the concept of a female gaze. Within my portraiture works the sitters stare out with confronting demeanours as if the viewer is entering their space. They are self-aware and challenge the normalised, voyeuristic gaze that society has developed. I seek to adjust or subvert the relationship between the viewer and the viewed. I am interested in giving womxn space. Inviting them to occupy space in the physical sense and by suggestion in a broader political sense. Liverpool UK, England
@katekelly5015
https://www.kateemilykelly.co.uk/




SHAINA MANUEL


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Shaina Manuel is a third year elementary teacher in Blythewood, South Carolina in the United States. She also works a side job as a free lance artist to make extra money and keep her dream of being a professional illustrator alive. Her personal work mainly centres around humans and emotional responses. This was a personal piece I created after falling in love with the mood and tone. Columbia, South Carolina
@shainasart
http://manuelsn089.wixsite.com/website




ELEANOR GREEN


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Eleanor Green is a Streatham based artist interested in female identity and the power relationship between genders. Eleanor is a multi-disciplinary artist, working in paint, sculpture, and video art. Most recently Eleanor exhibited in the 2018 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with 'Does my bum look big in this?', a painting of an introspective aubergine, exploring body fascism, and has also exhibited at Somerset House. She is currently undertaking a BA in Fine Art at The Art Academy in London. 'Girl Power' is a response to the fact that I, and many women I know, have never felt it worth talking about times we've been so scared we've put keys between our fingers when we've walked home at night. However normalised, it's an act acutely symptomatic of the powerlessness woman can experience in public places, and deserves visibility and consideration. London, UK
@eleanorgracegreen




VERONICA VALERI


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI Italian artist from Rome based in Birmingham (UK). Graduated in 1988 at "Liceo Artistico" in Rome and in 1995 in Painting at "Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Arts) in Rome. This painting represents the powerful feminine beauty, that on my vision has no time or place, western and eastern, of the past and of the future. When a woman has the chance to express herself totally, she is definitely a queen. No need of a noble title, richness or subjects. Birmingam, UK
https://www.veronicavaleri.com/




MINJOO KIM


4 MARCH - 6 APRIL, 2019 | 'THE FEMALE GAZE' INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MONTH GROUP EXHIBITION | THEATRE DELI I'm a narrative painter who was born and raised in South Korea. I graduated MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (London) last year. I had numerous selected exhibitions in London including HIX Award 2018 which I got shortlisted last year. My main practice is about meditating my personal relationship with cultural contradictions and current social issues from a perspective of an East Asian woman. The ideas are usually demonstrated by the surrealistic narratives that I created. As a foreign artist, life in a new culture and society led to the discovery of various different perspectives, which resulted in an expansion of my focus to include a more general examination of issues surrounding women’s identity, particularly East Asian women. I always observe myself from 'where I belong'. The stories in my paintings always start from substituting specific women (or myself) in virtual narratives. These women are randomly placed in isolated, ironic or confusing situations which represent certain issues in the real world or personal crisis. London, UK
https://www.minjookim.net/





LIFTED\\17

Genesis Cinema, London| 1.11.17 - 12.12.17

Three young, local emerging artists win top prize in Dark Yellow Dot's first ever art competition delivered in partnership with one of East London's most vibrant arts Cinemas, The Genesis.

NASIMA BIBI


1 NOV - 12 DEC, 2017 | LIFTED '17 COMPETITION | THE GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions Nasima Bibi is a British born Bangladeshi who graduated with a BA Honors in Fine art at the University of Bedfordshire. The ideas for each piece she creates can manifest from her surroundings, whether that be from verbal expressions, emotions, personal/social experiences, quotes, song lyrics and lines from movies. Nasima creates images that make those spoken words into visual images, combining metaphorical and literal language together and turning it into paintings and drawings. nasbib90.wix.com/nasima-bibi-artwork




IRIS LEGENDRE


1 NOV - 12 DEC, 2017 | LIFTED '17 COMPETITION | THE GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions Born 1988 in Versailles, Iris Legendre currently lives and works in East London.
She graduated in 2012 from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and also studied at the Sydney College of The Arts, Australia. She has taken part in solo and group exhibitions in France (Paris, Toulouse), Portugal (Guimaraes, Porto), Australia (Sydney) and the UK (London, Bristol).

Iris Legendre might be described as a clinical watercolour painter, familiar with the defects showing on our skin and acquainted with the inner torments we express by raising our eyebrows she is also known for her storytelling and her “hand-made” manipulations of images: the series titled "Constellations" (2016) reveals an agglutination of digits around geometric forms. With these cold abstractions, fragments of faces appear, looking vulnerable to the omens revealed by numeric constellations. www.irislegendre.com




MICA MCDONALD


1 NOV - 12 DEC, 2017 | LIFTED '17 COMPETITION | THE GENESIS CINEMA GALLERY Dark Yellow Dot Art Exhibitions I am currently living ,making art in london. I Graduated from the university of brighton with a BA in fine art painting. I mostly create collages by taking images from different books/magazines, images that are unconnected, unrelated, and placing them into a world where they connect and create new relationships. I take something that is whole, and dissect it, deface it, remove parts, remove its identity and most importantly its voice. My work is a personal visual disclosure of my own fears, hopes, events in my own life that have have had an impact on the way i see myself and the world Micamcdonald.tumblr.com





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