Gallery Girl meets House of African Art

In 2018 lawyer Maryam Lawal founded House of African Art (HAART), a platform dedicated to showcasing artists from Africa and the diaspora in London

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Gallery Girl meets Aindrea Emelife

Gallery Girl met with Aindrea Emelife to talk being a young woman in the arts and sliding into artists’ DMs.

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Gallery Girl meets Mariana Guber-Gogova

Mariana Guber-Gogova founded Artwin Gallery in 2012, with the aim of promoting Russian artists in Russia and abroad. In 2016, she also founded the Gogova Foundation, a non-profit organisation for the support of contemporary art and culture. Having hosted artist residencies in Russia and Azerbaijan, while also exhibiting artists at The Armory Show, Art Dubai […]

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Gallery Girl meets Neda Tavallaee

“We are taught how to love as women by our mothers and grandmothers…there is beauty in listening to how each woman yearned and tried, succeeded or failed but still did not give up on love, enough to pass on her story.” – Neda Tavallaee  Iranian artist Neda Tavallaee is predominantly concerned with women. Working across […]

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Vlad Zorin @ Cube.Moscow

In his Hare series artist Vlad Zorin photographs a Ken-doll-like figure almost completely nude wearing a hare mask that covers half of his face. The images look like they have been shot somewhere like Los Angeles, probably by a top fashion photographer. And, while Zorin is experienced in this field, these images have just been […]

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Gallery Girl meets Sian Fan

AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) are a big deal in the art world right now. Technology focused exhibitions are taking place across the globe and the first ever solo-exhibition by an actual AI robot artist opened in Oxford this month. Digital media, installation and performance artist Sian Fan is also interested in the […]

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Gallery Girl meets Anahita Sadighi

Tehran-born Anahita Sadighi opened her eponymous Berlin gallery Anahita Arts of Asia in 2015. Her debut space exhibits antique arts from the Middle East and East Asia, with a focus on ceramics, woodblock prints, carpets and textiles. Three years later, a contemporary space – Anahita Contemporary – opened as a sister gallery to her first […]

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