Exclusive Artsy show : Pop Art Femmes
New online exclusive exhibition of Female Artists – ‘Pop Art Femmes’
Available to view on Artsy from 8 November – 21 December 2018
A celebration of contemporary female artists.
Starting on 8 November 2018, Pop Art Femmes is an online exclusive exhibition, curated by director of Gas Gallery, Gina Cross.
In later Summer 2018 Gina Cross was selected for, and awarded , a sponsorship from Gucci to appear on the online art platform Artsy for one year. Artsy and Gucci are currently working in partnership to support and promote Female Equality in the Arts and Gina’s commitment to female artists stood out.
Gina Cross owns and directs Gas Gallery – a London based virtual gallery with a studio in South London to offer visitors viewings of the Artwork. Since 2011 Gina has been representing a largely female roster of artists – taking their work to art fairs in the UK, Europe and New York and showing online.
In recognition of this female focus, Gina was awarded the sponsorship and has now launched the first online exhibition ‘Pop Art Femmes’ – aimed at being a celebration of the more positive aspects of being female in the 21st century.
The show is a curated selection of 10 Artists whose works explores themes of Motherhood, community, sexuality, bare faced feminism, fashion, dark humour and Love.
Gina says of the show ‘Although there is still a great deal to discuss on the agenda of female equality, this show aims to highlight that while that debate still rages on, we are creating fearlessly and having success as female artists. There is a more ‘gender blind’ audience out there wanting to buy great work and Artsy seems like the perfect platform to take that work to. I wanted to throw a light on our achievements as female creatives.’
The show features a collection of limited edition prints, original paintings and drawings by Artists including Anna Marrow, Delphine Lebourgeois, Cathy Lomax, Marcelina Amelia, Oh de Collage, Michelle Thompson, Vesna Vrdoljak, Christabel Blackburn, Jane Fredericks and Ceal Warnants.
Prices start from £100 and all works are exclusive to the show.
The work can be seen by visiting Artsy or at Gas Gallery