January is finally over, hurrah, and with a new month comes a whole new list of female art-spirations. So, let’s have a look at who has achieved Art Shero status in the month of February!
Georgia Powell, Co-Founder Cura Art @gbethpowell
How has Georgia achieved Art Shero-ism?
Georgia has always been incredibly committed to the art world. We first met Georgia at her lecture at Christie’s education where she wowed us with the fascinating history of collectors and collecting! She specialised in professional management, research and display of collections and cataloguing and curating exhibitions. She is co-founder of the incredible female led company, Cura Art! Definite Art Shero. Go Georgia!
Zanele Muholi, Artist and Visual Activist @muholizanele
How has Zanele achieved Shero status?
In case you don’t know, Zanele is an incredible South African artist and activist. She works in photography, video and installation, focusing on race, gender and sexuality. We believe Shero status was met with her body of work concentrating on black lesbian, gay, intersex and transgender people. We love Zanele!
Sofia Mitsola, Artist @sofiamitsola
Art Shero status?
One of my all-time favourites… Sofia Mitsola! If you haven’t’ seen her current exhibition in the Pillar Corrias Gallery in London… YOU MUST. Sofia is an incredible Greek born artist currently living and working in London. Her work constitutes as full blown Shero status.
Dani Humberstone, Artist and Director of Society of Women Artists @danihumberstone
How has Dani achieved Art Shero status?
Long supporter of The Art Gorgeous, Dani Humberstone has been a long time Art world Shero. Dani studied fashion in Brighton before becoming a full-time artist. Now a stunning painter and a Director of the Society of Women Artists, Dani is an assured Art Shero, through and through! Her work is currently showing at WING Art Gallery in the group show ‘First Equinox’.
And there we are for February! Four more incredible women bossing it in the art world! See you in March.