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Women in the Visual Arts Biennial 2018 breaks down barriers in the epicentre of the London art sceneA programme conceived to set up professional connections and exchange
The WVAB-2018 is now coming to London and over two days -21 and 22 november- will set out a programme that includes visits with curators, art professionals, galleries and a diverse range of cultural bodies in the British capital. Two days dedicated to art, gender, and networking.
A programme conceived to set up professional connections and exchange in a bid to improve the international visibility of women artists, curators, agents, and gallery owners by creating networks for women and collaborating to achieve equality.
Visits include art galleries, such as Leica, Ordovas, and Halcyon in Mayfair, The Ryder and SCAN in East London, and Copperfield in Southwark.
Selected projects presentation
The main event will take place on Thursday 22 November with the presentation of the five projects selected in this edition's open call by a group of six art professionals, granted with€3,000 each.
The session will conclude with the performance ‘Waste or not to waste’ (first performed in Estonia a few weeks ago) by the London-based Spanish artist Susana Sanromán.
We Collect County Hall
London SE1 7PB
South Bank of the River Thames beside Westminster Bridge, opposite to the Houses of Parliament (former Saatchi Gallery).
The BMM/WVAB-2018 London's programme is organized by MAV -the Spanish association of Women in the Visual Arts-, in collaboration with Brit Es Magazine, a cultural platform based in London working to create a space where British and Spanish culture meet.