Y Not?




Y Not? is a multi media exhibition in aid of International Women’s Day. Y Not? will explore the theme of femininity, feminine identity and women’s day with a focus on the female form, gender identity, feminist issues, social and political issues and constructs and personal accounts and perspectives. Works will celebrate, critique, challenge, ridicule and reflect notions of femininity inour society and internationally, created by artists identifying as any gender.

Sweet ‘Art will be partnering with two amazing creative organisations. Lensational, who empower women emotionally and economically through providing photography training and equipment, will be curating an area of the exhibition, showcasing the stunning photography resulting from the workshops they have facilitated with women in developing countries and the LMP Gallery is an energetic and creative hub in Austin, Texas. This amazing organisation are also hosting an International Women’s Day show in parallel to Sweet ‘Arts London based exhibition and the two spaces will be exchanging 5 artworks to exhibit during the show run, in a display of international solidarity and connectedness!

Private View: 2nd April 6pm- 9pm

For further information about Sweet ‘Art visit www.wearesweetart.com

For more information and images of the Espacio Gallery visit www.espaciogallery.com

Duration 31 March 2015 - 05 April 2015
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Cost Free
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