Open Doors Gallery are delighted to announce that work by Jennifer Latour has been included in a wonderful outdoor exhibition here in London
Launching for International Women’s Day 2022, ‘Figures of Change’ consists of eight major public realm artworks by an all-female line up of leading artists from around the world. Curated by Zoë Allen of Artistic Statements, ‘Figures of Change’ adds to the existing Wembley Park Art Trail and takes shape across a myriad of unconventional outdoor canvases in site specific locations around the neighbourhood. The free public art includes digital pieces, lighting installations, typography, graphic design, photography and illustration. Reflecting the theme of IWD2022, ‘Figures of Change’ explores the positive shift in attitudes towards women and a collective desire for change following a hugely destabilising global pandemic.
8 March – 26, June, 2022
Wembley Park, London
The ten international women photographers presented at Wembley Park’s Outdoor Gallery root the inspiration of their practice in the natural world, all using their unique visual language to create striking work, often pushing boundaries in their quest for artistic expression.The exhibition curated by Averil Curci features work by Stephanie Rausser, Jennifer Latour, Henriette Sabroe Ebbesen, Christelle Boulé, Esperanza Moya, Maria Luneva, Thirza Schaap, Karina Twiss, Wami Aluko and Liz Von Hoene.
To celebrate we have released a special edition print into the wild
Wild Flower no.16
30 x 24 cm | Edition of 20
Inkjet print on Hot Press Natural paper
Signed in pencil by the artist
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