Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Female Empowerment Exhibition now on Display at the Post Modern Gallery, Artsite

The twinned exhibition organised by Shanta Ranee, Female Empowerment, from a male perspective, follows the earlier exhibition from a female perspective.
The artwork is now ready to view in the Post Modern Gallery, and will be displayed until the 27th of November.
The gallery is open daily from 11am - 4pm
The Private View on Friday 23rd of November from 6.30pm is a not to be missed event.
In addition to meeting the artists, there will be live music and poetry readings.
Here are a few photos of the work on display:
The four top drawing are by Ken White as we have never seen him before. To find out more, come along and talk to him about them at the Private View.

I'm not sure what this is, but it appeared to feature several artworks.
The A4 printed piece of paper beneath the ladder is well worth reading, I am going to ask it's author, Kevin Fitchett for a copy of it.

And Tim Carroll's piece with the most glorious conker shell hat on the middle woman.
For more information on the exhibition and the thinking behind it, visit:www.facebook.com/barberspace
And come along on Friday evening to find out how men have responded to the female empowerment theme.

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