Sunday 6 September
‘Women by Women’ by the Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) and Liberty Gallery welcomes the work of Marcelina Amelia, Rosie Emerson, Delphine Lebourgeois and Maria Rivans to Over-Seas house. ROSL occupies space in both Clubland and the Art World, two places that have historically had problematic relationships with women and inclusion, ‘Women by Women’ is inspired by the foresight of ROSL to welcome women as equal members of the club since its inception, while also supporting the arts in all its forms. ROSL is once again working with Liberty Gallery, an organisation that champions early career artists. The four artists involved capture women in their work and the exhibition highlights their different approaches and themes.
‘Women by Women’ explores a historic subject, captured in a modern way by contemporary artists.
About Liberty Gallery:
Liberty Gallery has carved a reputation for representing artists especially selected for their diverse use of media. The work is refreshing and experimental and created by artists who have developed a creed of their own and who have been primarily chosen for their aesthetic awareness and innovative practice. The Liberty Gallery artists' art style focuses heavily on popular culture creating imagery deriving from visual pleasures such as Hollywood movies, television, magazines and takes this focus further into the surreal world of dreams and imagination. Presenting a strong, cohesive and eye-catching collection Liberty Gallery has a reputation for showing a fresh and modern style.