OUTSIDE, LOOKING IN at Richard Saltoun Gallery

Romany Eveleigh, Ravenna, 1960-63 © the Estate of the Artist Courtesy Richard Saltoun Gallery

Outside, looking in, is a group exhibition celebrating the fundamental role women have played in the evolution of abstract art. The title is lifted from the writings of British artist Shelagh Wakely, inspired by the notion of questioning set divisions and hierarchies and examining how female abstractionists have historically pushed the boundaries of abstraction, despite being eclipsed by their male counterparts and often left out of dominant discourse. Including photography, painting, textile, and ceramics from 1960 to the present day, Outside, looking in offers a foray into the practice of eleven international female artists – some working exclusively with abstraction – and the circumstances that too often hindered their recognition.

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