Mollie Faustman, Female Model, 1910
The Power of She
May 4 – Jun 16, 2023
Bowman Sculpture
London, UK

The Power of She: A Tribute to Women in the Arts celebrates women in the arts and will bring together a diverse selection of artworks across different mediums. The exhibition will feature 14 artists from the 18th century through to the present day and will explore a multitude of themes from the silent history of female artists, women’s current role in society, to humanity’s relationship with nature and the human condition.

The exhibition will be held at Bowman Sculpture’s iconic gallery space in the heart of St James’s, London, from 5th May to 16th June 2023, and has been conceived by women for women.

The Power of She: A Tribute to Women in the Arts is a ground-breaking curatorial initiative from a duo of accomplished women curators: Marie-Claudine Llamas (Guerin Projects) and Mica Bowman (Bowman Sculpture). This exhibition will feature some of the most exciting 19th century and modern sculptors including: Camille Claudel, Elizabeth Frink and Barbara Hepworth, juxtaposed with leading contemporary artists including Emily Young, Lily Lewis and Pauline Amos.

Celebrating the contemporary, the modern and the timeless, the curation of this exhibition will encourage a dialogue between the historical and the contemporary in a frank and thought-provoking manner.

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