Rogue Women
16 November – 1 December, 2019

Rogue: Behaving in ways that are not expected or not normal.

Subversive: seeking or intended to subvert an established system or institution.

Solidarity: unity or agreement of feeling or action, especially among individuals with a common interest; mutual support within a group.

Why are so many female artists airbrushed from history?

Why is there gender inequality in the art world?

What does it mean to be a woman in Art?

Throughout art history women have been largely invisible, ignored and excluded from the dialogue.

We have decided to respond to the discourse around the gender imbalance in the arts by having an all female artists exhibition entitled ‘ROGUE WOMEN’

This brings together and celebrates the work of 40 women artists from Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and London and includes young emerging artists alongside established international artists working in varied disciplines.

The aim is to put women in the spotlight and show solidarity with women artists everywhere.

Our guest curator is Ann Bukantas, Curator and Head of Fine Art at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.

Including work by: Rachael Addis, Heather Alderson , Judith Atkin, Roseanna Baylis, Janet Bezzant , Andrea Booker, Brass Art, Lindsey Bull, Margaret Cahill, Annie Carpenter, Jane Chavez-Dawson, Josephine Clinton, Rebecca Davy, Claire Dorsett, Jenny Ruth, Eden, Sarah Feinmann, Alice Fox, Susan Gunn, Hannah Leighton-Boyce, Michelle Leigh, Liz Lyons, Susie MacMurray, Azzymah Mayor, Sarah Jane Moon, Mandy Payne, Nadia Peters, Jen Orpin, Sue Reddish, Lucy Ridges, Lauren Sagar, Lynn Setterington, Nicola Smith, Jennifer Steele, Katy Suggitt, Judith Tucker, Liz West, Joanna Whittle.