Celebrating Women Artists at the Fine Art Society
February 3, 2017
Women Artists: A Conversation & Modern British Women are two of three exhibitions running concurrently at the Fine Art Society this month. The three shows examine the notions of narrative, representation and equality in relation to the role of 'woman artist', and their relevance today.


In Women Artists: A Conversation, twelve contemporary artists, including ACS members Eileen Cooper and Cathie Pilkington, have been invited by the Fine Art Society to respond to the artist Gluck’s legacy with their own original works. The exhibition brings together a mixture of domestic, private, abstract, descriptive, discursive and decorative works in a diverse range of media, styles and genres.


Meanwhile, Modern British Women features the work of celebrated women artists working throughout the twentieth century, including ACS member Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. Presenting a variety of subjects and artistic styles, the exhibition seeks to explore how women artists worked throughout the century, uncovering the work of both celebrated and lesser-known artists.



Until 28 Feb

The Fine Art Society London, 148 New Bond Street London W1S 2JT