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Broth Artists featured in UK's largest outdoor exhibition

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Broth Artists featured in UK's largest outdoor exhibition

We are absolutely delighted to be involved in the very first Art Without Walls an outdoor exhibition brought to you by Affordable Art Fair and Campari. Repurposing both digital and printed billboards as gallery walls, Art Without Walls is the UK's largest outdoor exhibition, running for two weeks across East London- from 13th-27th of June. Amongst the artists on show, are three of Broth's faves: Dan Jamieson, Jorunn Mulen and Jemma Tastard. So go explore and let us know if you spot them! 

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Maureen Nathan Interview

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Maureen Nathan is an artist who uses a multitude of mediums and materials to explore and respond to her surroundings. Born and raised on the west coast of Canada, Maureen settled in the UK as a young adult. She splits her time between her home and studio in North London and her workspace in rural Dorset. Her work has been shown with the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, The Royal Academy, Wells Art Contemporary and the Royal West of England Academy. 

To give our followers more insight into Maureen's practice, we made this short video. For further information about her work, click here to visit her profile on the Broth Art website.

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International Women's Day 2021

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International Women's Day 2021

 

As a woman and particularly one working in art, I've found the growing focus on women artists at galleries and museums absolutely exhilarating. Women's voices that just a decade ago were local and marginalised are now mainstream and global. Notably, large institutions like Tate have been programming considerably more women solo shows. The last edition of the Venice Biennale finally achieved gender equality after 124 years with 53% women artists. The museum show Artimesia at the National Gallery, the first major exhibition in the UK of Baroque painter Artimesia Gentileschi- who continues to be woefully left out of much of the historical canon- is another significant step towards better representation of women in art. It suddenly feels like the campaign for gender parity in the art world is picking up pace.............

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Gentle moments with Emily Unsworth White

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Gentle moments with Emily Unsworth White

 

Our first artist interview of 2021 is with Emily Unsworth White, a painter, collagist and textile artist living and working in Bristol. Her multi-disciplinary practice explores nature as a holy sanctum, drawing on themes of religion, fellowship and storytelling. With a palette of natural hues and pigments, materials such as sheep's wool, twine and hand-dyed fabric, Emily's body of work holds connotations of the primordial. Forming a serene cosmos of flora, fauna, paganism and ethereal figures, Emily depicts nature as a sublime otherworld- something or somewhere to be cherished and worshipped.

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Misunderstood Monsters | A new body of work by Stewart Swan

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Misunderstood Monsters | A new body of work by Stewart Swan

Like falling down a rabbit hole, Stewart Swan takes us on a journey that burrows deep into a mysterious world full of obscure histories, mythology and age-old phenomena. His chosen subjects, some of them from history, others from legend, tell stories of the intangible, capturing our imagination and arousing our curiosity.

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