Tomaso Binga @ Mimosa House

Binga’s solo-exhibition prompts the viewer to question the gendered nature of language, using poetry, performance, collage and painting to dissect the patriarchal nature of communication.

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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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Comic Tendencies @ Eve Leibe

In a new exhibition opening at Eve Leibe in London, Gallery Girl wrote the exhibition text for Comic Tendencies. Eve Leibe Gallery is pleased to present ‘Comic Tendencies’, a group featuring for the first time in London, Samantha Rosenwald, Oda Iselin Sønderland and Maurizio Bongiovanni. The works in the exhibition challenge the social expectations of […]

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Wardha Shabbir @ Grosvenor Gallery

Best-known in London for her intricate miniature paintings of leaves and natural life – having been shortlisted for the Jameel Prize and subsequently exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum last year –Wardha Shabbir is now using this imagery to comment on the paths we take in life. In her new exhibition Free State at […]

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Writings on the Wall @ Waddington Custot

While graffiti seems like a modern art form, in reality, it could be argued to be one of the oldest. The first cave paintings – found both in France and Indonesia – are believed to be over 40,000 years old, and men and women have been making their marks on walls, buildings and public spaces […]

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