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Art Fair Sutapa Biswas, Mary Evans, Joy Gregory

18 Jan-22 Jan 2017

Art Projects Section. Stand P24 18-22 January 2017

From left: Mary Evans, Do Not Bend No. 5, 2016. Image courtesy the artist. Joy Gregory, Bridge of Miracles, 2001. Image courtesy the artist.

Iniva is delighted to announce its participation in London Art Fair 2017 within the acclaimed Art Projects section and as a fair partner in two public talks and tours:

Art Projects. Stand P24: Sutapa Biswas, Mary Evans, Joy Gregory, Marine Lewis, Sinta Tantra, Teija Williams

Iniva’s 2017 Art Project stand will exhibit a group of six women artists. Three established artists Sutapa Biswas, Mary Evans and Joy Gregory, have selected three early-career artists who will exhibit alongside them; Sinta Tantra, Marine Lewis and Teija Williams, creating an inter-generational dialogue, pointing towards overlapping and fresh perspectives at the intersection of race, gender and politics. This thematic presentation will be developed within the talks programme (see more below).

Iniva has a significant history of working with women artists at different moments in their careers and our Art Projects stand will introduce emerging and unseen talent as well as artists established within the context of British contemporary art, widening the current critical debate around the representation of women artists. The stand is curated by Iniva Director Melanie Keen in dialogue with the artists.

Public Talks Programme. 

Talks & Discussion Theatre. Register to attend

Women’s work? Artists in conversation

Thursday 19 Jan, 14.30 – 15.30.

Speakers: Artists Joy Gregory, Sutapa Biswas, Mary Evans, Marine Lewis & Sinta Tantra in conversation. Chaired by Althea Greenan, Curator of Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths University.

Intergenerational discussion between artists, presented by Iniva’s Art Projects stand, offering overlapping perspectives at the intersection of race, gender and politics.

Listen to an audio recording of the event, click here.

Care and concern: Supporting contemporary women artists

Friday 20 Jan, 11.30 – 12.30.

Speakers: Eliza Gluckman, Curator Day+Gluckman and New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge, Nadja Romain, journalist, curator and special advisor to the Women for Women International and Stella Bottai Programme curator at the Stanley Picker Gallery. Chaired by Melanie Keen, Director, Iniva.

Exploring methods of support for women’s art practice from the multiple perspectives of collecting, curating and philanthropy.

Listen to an audio recording of the event, click here.

Public Tours Programme

Led within the Art Projects section of the fair

Collector and Curator: can you be both?

Thursday 19 Jan, 17:30 – 18.30, led by Melanie Keen
Saturday 21 Jan,15:00 – 16:00, led by Rodrigo Orrantia

Established and young collectors keen to bring a curator’s eye to how they approach collecting are encouraged to participate.

 

A small number of complimentary tickets are available for the art fair. Email Jenny Starr to find out more.

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