WIMMIN consists of a group of skilled artist/curators promoting female artists, with annual exhibitions, live events and talks.
We curate exhibitions with powerful motives advocating artists at all stages in their career. Our strategy to achieve maximum success is to combine well known artists with early career artists, showing side by side and exhibiting museum quality artwork.
Our definition of ‘woman’ is from a feminist/ queer approach. We are open to women of all ages and all forms of female gender identity from cis/trans/non binary/it communities.
Our ongoing aim is to coordinate an organised and recognised platform where female artists can ambitiously, create, produce and exhibit. Our expertise, guidance, support and advice are always on offer. Looking to the future we want the project to expand and be held in many different countries.
WIMMIN is both evolutionary and revolutionary. We continue to change the world around us, piece by piece, by utilising the right approach for every one of our exhibiting artists. We enable conversations to open up and support networks to grow early on - via reciprocity and skills exchange.
Henrietta Armstrong Louise Bourgeois Ute Essig Mars Gomes
Caro Halford Kirsty Harris Michele Henright Juliet Jacques
The first Wimmin exhibition 2018 was set in one of the artists house and took precedent with the centenary celebrations of sufragests sufragen... struggle and commitment to womens rights.
WIMMIN Exhibited 8 artists from a variety of backgrounds , gender identity and professional stages.
From Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Le desire’ 1974 (private collector's loan) to Juliet Jacques 'You Will be Free’ 2017 documentary on politics of constraint. (courtesy by the artist and Studio Voltaire). The first exhibition proposed a fresh rebel feminist statement with the core message addressing the need to empathy for each other.
Fun, direct, naughty and thoughtful. Wimmin 2018 set the proposition for a continuing annual group show celebrating women and their work.
Henrietta Armstrong · Louise Bourgeois · Ute Essig · Mars Gomes ·
Caro Halford · Kirsty Harris · Michele Henright · Juliet Jacques
The innaugural WIMMIN exhibition was set in one of the artists houses in 2018, with the background of the centenary celebrations of sufragettes - highlighting the struggle and commitment to womens rights.
WIMMIN exhibited 8 artists from a variety of backgrounds , gender identities and professional stages.
From Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Le desire’ 1974 love and despair (privation collection loan) to Juliet Jacques 'You Will be Free’ 2017 film on death eternity & the politics of disease (courtesy of the artist and Studio Voltaire). The exhibition proposed a fresh rebel feminist statement with the core message addressing the need for empathy with each other.
Fun, direct, naughty and thoughtful, Wimmin 2018 initiated the annual group show celebrating women and their work.