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Top Girl Gaze Picks from Art Paris
From the established to the emerging, ladies dominated the booths
Art Stuff 11 Apr 2019

Last weekend, gallerists, collectors and art aficionados convened in the City of Lights for the annual Art Paris art fair.
Each year, the fair has a regional theme; this year’s theme was Étoiles du Sud, an exploration of Latin American art. But this year, the 2019 edition of Art Paris also chose to highlight women artists in France. From the established to the emerging, ladies dominated the booths. A Gaze at Women Artists in France was curated by AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research & Exhibitions, who selected 25 works or projects made by French women from the participating galleries’ exhibits.
Though all the women chosen are worthy of the spotlight, they aren’t the only ones. Art Paris features standout work by women artists from all over the globe. In that spirit, we decided to do our own little curatorial project to complement AWARE’s. below, here are our top girl gaze works by women artists from Art Paris.

1) Agnès Varda, Rosalie, ma fille (2014). Presented by Galerie Nathalie Obadia.

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2) Mickalene Thomas, Left Behind 2 (2014). Presented by Galerie Nathalie Obadia.

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3) Valérie Belin, Lady_Shadow (Painted Ladies) (2017). Presented by Galerie Nathalie Obadia. One of AWARE’s selections.

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4) By Summer Wheat. Presented by Galerie Anne de Villepoix.

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5) By Paloma Castillo. Presented by Galerie Anne de Villepoix.

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6) Esther Ferrer, Série Mains feministes (1977/2005/2012). Presented by Galerie Lara Vincy.

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7) Leonor Fini, La leçon de botanique (1973). Presented by Galerie Minsky.

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8) Oda Jaune, Untitled (2017). Presented by Templon Gallery. One of AWARE’s selections.

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9) Ngimbi Luve, Les naufragés de la croisade (2018). Presented by Galerie Atiss Dakar.

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10) Nicola Costantino, The True Garden is Never Green (2019). Presented by Institut Français d’Argentine and CCK.

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11) Work by Carmen Mariscal (2018). Presented by Ana Mas Projectos.

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12) Diana Quinby, Petit couple sur papier jaune (2018). Presented by Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre.

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13) Carla Kranendonk, Fatma (2019). Presented by Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery.

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14) Ana Gloria Salvia, Del Anima (2017). Presented by Galerie Vallois.

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Text and images by Katya Lopatko.

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