Post War British Art – A Woman’s View
An exhibition in the Corn Hall Upper Gallery open Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm
All artists dislike a gender tag – they are simply artists with their own perspectives. But female artists often approach their work with a distinct sensibility, expressing emotions from an individual viewpoint and telling their stories in their own particular way. This brief survey looks at the work of the highly influential abstract work of Barbara Hepworth, Bridget Riley and Birgit Skiold, though the figurative and more personal pieces by Elisabeth Frink and Paula Rego to the younger generation such as Tracy Emin.