In Whose Eyes?: Practice in Dialogue

Exhibition Dates: 4th July – 5th August 2018

Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

Live performance by Catherine Long on Thursdays and Saturdays 12 – 4pm (except Saturday 14th July)

Preview: Tuesday 3rd July 6:30-8:30pm

Art Night London: Saturday 7th July–Sunday 8th July, 6pm-1am

Symposium: Sunday 29th July, 11am-4pm

Miriam Austin | Ingrid Berthon-Moine | Cécile Emmanuelle Borra | Phoebe Collings-James | Rose Gibbs | Lora Hristova | Catherine Long | Ope Lori | Anja Olofgörs | Lauren Schneider | Martina Schmuecker | NT

Taking the act of looking as a starting point, In Whose Eyes? explores questions of female subjectivity, representation and power in contemporary Western culture. Who is made visible – or excluded – and how they are represented in culture is highly political and impacts on people’s lives in numerous intersectional ways.

Practice in Dialogue is a group of artists dedicated to examining the formal structures and strategies of historical feminist art alongside their own art practices. How can feminist art intervene in dominant culture when the conditions of female representation are so overly determined by the constraints of objectification, sexualisation, violence and racism?

In Whose Eyes? is a collaborative exhibition by Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall and Practice in Dialogue jointly curated by Beaconsfield, Rose Gibbs and Catherine Long.

On 7th July Beaconsfield opens its entire site to Art Night London 2018 with a range of events from 6pm. You only need to register if attending Spirit_Off after 8pm. For Art Night London on 7th July with events across Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall book here

For the Practice in Dialogue Symposium on Sunday 29th July with keynote speaker Griselda Pollock book here