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Store Street Framing Present – The Exhibition Frame Range

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Building on feedback from AWAD members, the London framers and AWAD Partners Store Street Framing have put together a selection of frame mouldings specifically focused on galleries and dealers.

The aim was to identify ‘gallery standard’ mouldings that could be offered at the most competitive prices possible.

Having searched far and wide, the framing team came up with a tight selection of frames that cover all the framing basics.

– Box frames in black and white, plus a raw wood version that can be painted or stained.

– Tray frames in raw wood, to take canvases18mm and 36mm deep.

All the mouldings are available from stock for quick turnaround, and AWAD members receive special discounted pricing.

For more details contact the framing team on 020 7636 8241 or email info@storestreetframing.co.uk

www.storestreetframing.co.uk

Guns & Rain to debut at the FNB Joburg Art Fair

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

Building on a year of huge momentum, Guns & Rain makes its debut at the FNB Joburg Art Fair  September 6th – 9th. They are incredibly excited to present new work by Bev Butkow (South Africa), Nelly Guambe (Mozambique) and Asanda Kupa (South Africa). Find Guns & Rain at booth C11

The FNB JoburgArtFair is Africa’s leading art fair focused on contemporary art from the continent and diaspora. Now in its eleventh year, it continues to strengthen this position by presenting the finest of contemporary African art alongside memorable exhibitions and groundbreaking initiatives. As the first international art fair on the continent, the FNB JoburgArtFair plays a pivotal role in supporting the contemporary arts landscape in Africa. The Fair provides a space for leading artists, galleries, collectors, writers, thinkers and art lovers to congregate. The Fair is held at the Sandton Convention Center in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Gallery also has a both preview on Artsy.

Nelly Guambe in studio

AWAD WELCOMES AS NEW MEMBER: Montana Beutler

Friday, July 20th, 2018

AWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce a new Member of our New York Chapter, Montana Beutler.

Montana Beutler is a partner at Heather James Fine Art New York, opening the New York gallery in the fall of 2017. In 2013, she joined Heather James Fine Art as a Sales Consultant at their flagship gallery in Palm Desert, CA.

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Specialists Speak: Women Art Dealers on Feminist Artists

Monday, April 9th, 2018

In honour of International Women’s Day last month, Invaluable invited seven members of AWAD to choose their favourite artists whose work addresses issues of feminism.

Georgina Bexon, International Advisor on Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art, and member of our London Chapter, chose Mithy Sen:

Born in West Bengal and now living and working in New Delhi, for more than two decades Mithy Sen has been at the forefront of a generation of contemporary female artists questioning and negotiating feminist issues in South Asia. Sen’s work moves with ease, and spontaneously, between genres – drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, performance, installation, video, (not to mention that she is also a poet) and it is our loss that her name is not better known in the West. She enjoys wide visibility in India, and also has a growing international profile with solo exhibitions and residencies in London, Berlin, Vienna, New York, Los Angeles, Singapore and Tokyo.

Other members who took part include:

JoAnne Artman

Geneviève Lévesque

Galia Kirilova

Joanna Bryant

Kristina Huntington

Susan Mumford

Marine Tanguy

Read up on their top picks here.

AWAD at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Several AWAD members returned to exhibit at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea earlier this month. On the final day of the fair, the Association also represented female gallerists and artists by inviting Friend of AWAD, Michael Barnett, to moderate a panel discussion on ‘Painting Women Back into the Picture’ as part of the fair’s Sofa Sessions.

Michael, the STATE-F22 Editor at Large and Special Projects Lead at Art Bermondsey Project Space, and the panel talked about the important role that men have to play in gender equality, in line with the UN Women initiative HeForShe. They also shared their thoughts on women in the art world, and how the sector has changed to be more inclusive and accessible to women artists and art dealers.

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