There's always lots of art to see, but lately I've added lots of women artists to my wishlist to see! So I thought I'd highlight these women; some well known and thought about for years, others unknown and waiting to be discovered.
Georgina Houghton: Spirit Drawings at the Courtauld Gallery, London
--Free, abstract, colourful, automatic, spirit watercolours by this Spiritualist Medium painting in the mid-late 19th Century.
Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern, London
--Contradictions, energy and emotion pulsate through simple conceptual juxapositions.
Georgia O'Keefe at Tate Modern, London
--Big Stunning Flowers Y-E-S, but also New Mexico landscapes and skulls.
Ella Kruglyanskaya at Tate Liverpool
---Portraits, conversations, relationships, everyday life...
Maria Lassnig at Tate Liverpool
--Gestural, evocative surreal figurative work
Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain, London
---Plaster, rubber, resin sculpture casts of negative space of the everyday.
Winifred Nicholson in Cumberland at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal
Winifred Knights at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Woman & Child - Nora Neilson Gray
Modern Scottish Women at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh