Sweet ‘Art Collective presents: Show #1
A show in aid of International Women’s Day, March 2013
International women’s day has been observed since in the early 1900′s, now held annually on the 8th of March, and brings together a global web of rich and diverse activity connecting women from all over the world.
Sweet ‘Art believes in art that is thought provoking, intelligent, and challenging in its consideration of both aesthetic and concept. Bringing together over thirty exceptional international artists of different disciplines, Show #1 explores the ideas of what it is to be a woman today, our role in today’s society, the celebration and study of the female form, feminism and female issues. Through the visual narratives on offer we are given a glimpse into the minds and lives of a group of exceptional artists, both male and female whose work is held together by a common theme.
Show #1 was held at The Crypt Gallery (St Pancras Church, London), where ’The Siren’ was exhibited for the fist time as a 2-dimensional film installation. The show was curated by Charlotte Meddings & Corrina Eastwood, the founders of Sweet ‘Art Collective and ran from 9th March – 14th March 2013.