A collective of 7 women artists “question female perception in today’s image-driven culture” in “Skin & Blister”, an exhibition of contemporary photography at Photofusion in Brixton, London. Ends 10 March 2016.
A collective of seven art ‘sisters’
My “Skin and blister” is my “sister” in Cockney rhyming slang, and is also the namesake for a newly-formed collective of seven women photographer/artists currently working in London. From 11 February to 10 March 2016, “Skin&Blister” showcased the women’s work at PhotoFusion in Brixton, London, and hosted two related workshops/panel events, “Establishing & sustaining your practice: The benefits of working collectively” and “Working collectively: Then & now”.
Sadly the exhibition is now closed, so if you missed their recent collection of evocative images, you’ll have to wait for the next project from Skin&Blister! Stay tuned on their website or Facebook page for more information.
Skin & Blister collective includes:
Sophie Davis, Louise Oates, Francesca Oldfield, Dafne Salis, Laura Solomons, Alex Wheeler, and Martha Gut
More about Skin & Blister
- Learn more about the artists of Skin&Blister on their website
- Find out about “Skin & Blister” exhibition and events on the Photofusion website
- Join the events coinciding with “Skin & Blister” at Photofusion
Exhibition details: “Skin & Blister” is on from 11 February to 10 March 2016 at Photofusion, 17A Electric Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8LA. Free admission.
Exhibition opening hours:
Monday to Saturday, 11:00 AM to 5:00PM
Thursday evening until 7:00PM.