Womens Work

The first of the exhibitions from the Womens Work group of artists who had come together through meetings at the Gallery.

CATALOGUE

Artists in Show:
Elizabeth Arnold, Elaine Axten, Patricia Bardi, Biased Women, Caroline Bourne, Alice Bowen, Jane Broomfield, Belinda Budge, Teri Bullen, Jenny Buncombe, Julia Burns, Mary Clark, Sineid Codd, Fran Cottell, Diane Dare, Caroline Davidson, Jill Desforges, Francoise Dupre, Black Elk, Face, Emma Finch, Linda Firth, Sandy Frost, Sylvia Galleguillos, Julieta Gimpel, El Glinoer, Joanna Godliman, Maryanne Gordon, Teena Gould, Anne Greenwood, Judy Haag, Caroline Hanania, Jean Hands, Amy Hardie, Kate Hayes, Julie Higgins, Jean Higgs, Pamela Hiley, Gail Homer, Deanna Jackson, Pauline Jacobs, Lisa James, Rita Keegan, Mary Kelly, Virginia Kennedy, Sally Kidall, Sandra Lahire, Elizabeth Lampard, Sue Lawes, Christine Levy, Dorothy Lindsay, Kate Lloyd, Zuni Luni, Sharon Lutchman, Rosemary Miller, Minerva Dance Group, Hilary Moody, Val Moon, Mervyn Morris, Claire Mulvenna, Maureen Murphy, Jon Neesam, Jo Neylin, Maureen Oliver, Jessica Palin, Jenny Peringer, Roxane Permar, Pictures of Women, Provisional No Fun, Simona Revelli, Sara Robertson, Annie Robinson, Mania Row, Dawn Saunders, Anne Seagrave, Mandy Sereny, Francoise Sergy, Ellen Sillitoe-Liddiard, Helen Slater, Maria van der Sman, Sheila Smith, Catherine Stenger, Helen Stylianides, Wendy Sullivan, Julia Tant, Cath Tate, Kate Taylor, Susan Timmins, Kim Tong, Sue Underwood, Vicki, Kate Walker, Louise Ward, Jackie Waterson, Rebekka Wedell, Ermina Whittaker, Sylvia Wilson, Caroline Wirth

Brixton Artists Collective
Brixton Festival Exhibition
Africa
Christina Berry, Angela Williams & New Local Artists
Rob Evans, Jorge Walsh & Derek Stockley
Clay, Wood & Metal - Exhibition By Artists & Craftspeople
3rd Open Show + Glc Peace Posters By Peter Kennard
Work By Gay Men & Women
Kumiko Shimizu & Terry Dyer + The Art Of Immediacy + Polish Posters
Womens Work
Brixton Festival Photographs + Art & Crafts Market
1984 Show
Textiles - Making & Meaning
Tony Moo Young Paintings + Jamie Reid - Leaving The 20th Century
Multiples - Photography, Xerox & Edition-Based Media
Brixton Baroque
Fertile Eye - Womens Work 2
Brixton Festival Exhibition
Creation For Liberation - 2nd Open Exhibition By Black Artists
Made In London - Sculpture Show
Newcomers - Open Exhibition
Vive Le Resistance - Copyart Exhibition
Our Territory - Womens Work 3
Brixton Artists Collective Annual Members Show
No Comment - 2nd Lesbian & Gay Show
Rosemarie Mcgoldrick, Geraldine Walsh, Roxane Permar & Susan Egan
Seeing Diversity - 40 Contemporary Photographers
Janet Flynn, Sue Jane Taylor, Shanti Thomas & Tony Phillips
Open Exhibiton In Support Of The NUM + The Vauxhall Group
Roadworks Plus Kasia Januszko, Marc Elms & John Hewitt
Mirror Reflecting Darkly - Black Womens Art - Womens Work 4
Latin American Arts Exhibition
Two Photographers - Newton Brown & Anna Arnone + The Other Ireland
Series One - Group Exhibition
Love, Sex & Romance - Womens Work 5
Campaign Against Plastic Bullets
Brixton Artists Collective Annual Members Show
Monti Wa Marumo - South African Arts And Artists
Hi Tech & Ancient Mythology - Richard Ducker, Piyawan & Rosie Leventon
The Black Experience - 10 Black Photographers
Third World Within - Afroasian Artists In Britain - Curated By Rasheed Araeen
Last Requests - Film, Video & Tape/Slide Installation
Zamani Soweto Sisters - Textile Art
Against All The Odds - Lesbian & Gay Men Exhibition
Tangled Roots - Mirror Reflecting Darkly 2 - Black Womens Artists
Bigos - Anglo-Polish Artists Group
Caribbean Focus
Realising Power - Womens Work 7
Series Two - Group Exhibition
Brixton Artists Collective Annual Members Show

If you'd like to add to the archive then please get in touch, especially if you exhibited at the Gallery or helped curate any of the exhibitions: info@brixton50.co.uk