REVIEW | Anne Desmet: Kaleidoscope – Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. I’ve been a huge fan of Anne Desmet’s work since I was a teen. They’re like Piranesi in tiny, wood-engraved form with a formalist appeal akin to M.C. Escher. She frequently lifts motifs from historic sites with the Babylonian Tower of Babel as a constant. AnneContinue reading “REVIEW | Anne Desmet: Kaleidoscope – Pallant House Gallery, Chichester”

UNDEREXPOSED – a tribute to female artists

A version of this article also appears on the Studio 3 Gallery blog. In the space of ten seconds, how many female artists can you think of? Now repeat the same exercise but with male artists… Off the top of my head I counted four female artists – Artemisia Gentileschi, Barbara Hepworth, Marina Abramović andContinue reading “UNDEREXPOSED – a tribute to female artists”