As an artist, I wholeheartedly support the projects aimed at providing visibility to emerging artists from all over the world. As a woman, I consider pertinent to address the issue of gender inequality in contemporary art. As a human being, I believe in plurality and discussion to stimulate creativity.
Good news to start the year: fourteen female artists from nine different countries exhibit together in London these days. To commemorate its 30th anniversary, Saatchi Gallery showcases “Champagne Life”: paintings, sculptures and installations by a heterogeneous group of artists, including American Julia Watchtel and Mequitta Ahuja; Anglo-Swedish Sigrid Holmwood; Franco-British Alice Anderson; Stephanie Quayle from Britain; Serbian Jelena Bulajic; Maha Malluh from Saud Arabia or Iranian Soheila Sokhanvari.
If you pass by Sloane Square before March 9, don’t miss this chance to contemplate fresh artwork.