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terça-feira, 2 de agosto de 2011

Women War Artists no Imperial War Museum,Londres


Women War Artists:Uma abordagem interessante e diversificada que tivemos o prazer de ver.

'Ruby Loftus' by Laura Knight
'Ruby Loftus' by Laura Knight

Focusing on work by women war artists from the First World War to the Kosovo conflict, the display highlights the Museum’s outstanding art collection as it explores artists’ response to conflict – as eyewitnesses, participants, commentators and as officially commissioned recorders.

Women War Artists illuminates both the constraints and possibilities offered to female artists in war time and offers a unique opportunity to revisit key moments in the last century of Britain’s history of war and conflict, through a largely unexplored perspective. Featured artists will include Anna Airy, one of the first women officially commissioned during the First World War, Dame Laura Knight RA, Linda Kitson and Frauke Eigen.

A book to accompany the exhibition has been published by Tate Publishing in association with the Museum and is now available online.

3 comentários:

Rosa dos Ventos disse...

Na retaguarda, elas foram preciosas neste aspecto da guerra!
O facto de terem uma motricidade fina muito boa levava-as a serem perfeitíssimas no manuseamento de máquinas!

Generosa disse...

Não somos belicistas,mas o desprezo que o nosso país têm com a história,e a guerra faz parte da história dos povos,é degradante...

polittikus disse...

Obras primas da guerra. As mulheres tiveram um papel de grande importância na retaguarda da guerra, enquanto ao homens lutavam na frente...