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All-woman exhibition to hit Photo50

Occupy the Void features photos from female photographers aged over 50 and will be shown at the London Art Fair 2020.

Curated by writer, collector and gallerist Laura Noble, the Occupy the Void exhibition includes photographs from Wendy Aldiss, Samantha Brown, Elaine Duigenan, Miranda Gavin, Elizabeth Heyert, Sandra Jordan, Rosy Martin, Mercedes Parodi, Danielle Peck and Kim Shaw. Each artist explores the cultural ‘space’ that they inhabit through their work.

The exhibition is split into three key themes: how women occupy space; the psychological and personal view of space; and the notion of time and the abstract in space. The photographers’ series explore places, people, experiences and more.

2020 will be the fourteenth edition of Photo50 at London Art Fair, which will run from 22 to 26 January.

Header image From the series My Father’s Things by Wendy Aldiss

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Image From the series Hidden Beauty by Sandra Jordan

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Image From the series Botany of Silence by Samantha Brown

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Image From the series Immersion by Rosy Martin

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Image From the series Home Discomforts by Miranda Gavin

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Image From the series You Will Always Be by Mercedes Parodi

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Image Eye Candy by Kim Shaw

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Image From the series The Sleepers by Elizabeth Heyert

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Image Unbursting the bubble II by Elaine Duigenan

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Image From the series Dreamland by Danielle Peck

 

For more information, please visit the London Art Fair website.

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