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Gallery: Alexis Hunter & Jo Spence

27th August 2013

Contemporary photography with feminist theory

From the 22nd August to the 27th September, Richard Saltoun gallery will be exhibiting a series of feminist works by photographers Alexis Hunter and Jo Spence. Both women display a resistance to rigid gender roles and societal expectations in their work, addresses themes such as trauma and social change. Details of the exhibition can be found here.

 

Jo SPENCE

Photo Therapy: Beautiful Lady, 1986/88

collaboration with Rosy Martin

6 colour photographs mounted on card

30 x 30 cm overall

(JOS610)

 

 

Jo SPENCE

Evacuee – from The Crisis Project: Scene of a Crime, 1988

collaboration with David Roberts

2 colour photographs mounted on card

15 x 20 cm overall

(JOS618)

 

 

Jo SPENCE

From Libido Uprising: Beauty Work, 1969

collaboration with Rosy Martin

15 colour photographs mounted on card

45 x 50 cm overall

(JOS609)

 

 

Alexis HUNTER

Sexual Warfare, 1975

Signed, titled and dated

1 panel of 18 colour photographs mounted on board, vintage

59.5 x 49 cm

(AHU052)

 

 

Alexis HUNTER

Tits and Bums, 1986

ink and photo-collage on paper, vintage

29.8 x 20.9 cm

(AHU074)

 

 

Alexis HUNTER

Approaches to Fear 11: Pain – Medication 1, 1976

set of 10 vintage colour photographs, in 2 panels

114 x 38 cm, each panel

(AHU053)


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