Anna-Eva Bergman (1909 – 1989) was a Norwegian artist who lived most of her life in France. This show focused on her mega abstract canvases inspired by her travels in Norway, France and Spain. Continue reading “‘From North to South, Rhythms’ – Anna-Eva Bergman”
My highlights from the Anni Albers retrospective at the Tate Modern, London.
001 Technical drawings
and colour experiments. Weaving is a technically complicated art. Fascinating to see Albers’ detailed plans and colour studies
Below Albers weaves with black, yellow and white. Continue reading “Anni Albers at the Tate Modern”
Mostly remember sense of openess and space. Continue reading “‘Aerials’ by Zoe Leonard”
So my nice walk into town concluded with an impromptu visit to a gem of an exhibition about female illustrators: Ocultas e Ilustradas. The title of the exhibitions translates roughly as ‘Hidden and Illustrated’. It tells the story of women in the Valencian printing industry.
In medieval times, women, to my surprise, did work in the printing industry, but unsurprisingly were rarely credited. Continue reading “Hidden and Illustrated.”