Suzie Pindar – Dream, 21cm x 29.7cm, black edged wood frame 32.5cm x 42.5cm
Endless Possibilities – a group mixed media exhibition
Camden Image Gallery
174 Royal College Street, Camden, London
March 8 – 20 2014
UK artist and queer woman Suzie Pindar takes part in the exhibition titles Endless Possibilities at Camden Image Gallery in London. Suzie identifies as a Self Expressive Artist.
Artist Statement by Suzie Pindar
“I feel now as I have got stronger, emotionally, mentally and spiritually, that I am no longer surviving, or existing, I am finally living, embracing the world and all it has to offer through my art. I look at the world differently, I feel empowered by it, and I take much of my inspiration from life, lust, and love and how someone makes me feel. Random thoughts, circle my head today, contemplative, positive energy, excitement, friendships unfolding, breathing life, inspired deep in my core, wanting to share, expose, the beauty that one feels for …..”
California LGBT Arts Alliance is an alliance of California Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Artists and Arts Organizations. They include all artists, arts organizations and individuals who support their mission as part of their alliance. Their mission is “to promote artistic and financial partnerships that strengthen and deepen the cooperative relationship among Californians LGBT non-profit arts organizations and individual artists.”
California LGBT Arts Alliance organizes statewide touring exhibitions and performances that will strengthen the members’ artistic programs and they publish an e-mail newsletter.
Participating artists: Maša Cvar, Andreja Gomišček, Ana Grobler, Marina Gržinić & Aina Šmid & Zvonka Simčič, Petra Hrovatin & Nada Žgank, Ana Marija Kanc, Jasna Klančišar, Lezbično-feministična univerza (LFU), Mateja Lojen, Aprilija Lužar, Zvonka Simčič, Alenka Spacal, Vstaja Lezbosov, Nada Žgank.
Curators: Ana Grobler, Jasna Klančišar, Sebastian Krawczyk, Tadeja Pirih.
Opening hours of the Alkatraz Gallery, during the International Feminist & Queer Festival, Red Dawns (7 th – 8th March 2014): 3 pm – midnight.
The curators write: “The exhibition includes inspiring works of recognized as well as less known authors, produced from the very beginnings of the lesbian movement in our country until now however, with a noticeable emphasis on the recent visual production.”
Eisler Curator and Head of Curatorial Studies, Daniel F. Herrmann, introduces Hannah Höch at the Whitechapel Gallery.
The Hannah Höch exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery runs through March 23 2014. The exhibition bringing together over 100 works from major international collections, the exhibition examines Höch’s extraordinary career from the 1910s to the 1970.
was an artistic and cultural pioneer. A member of Berlin’s Dada movement in the 1920s, she was a driving force in the development of 20th century collage. Splicing together images taken from fashion magazines and illustrated journals, she created a humorous and moving commentary on society during a time of tremendous social change.