100 Years on – International Women’s Day Exhibition at Zebra One Gallery
An exhibition celebrating women in the arts is now open at Zebra One Gallery in Hampstead.
The exhibition features the work of 15 prominent and inspiring female artists, including Kate Garner, Teresa Narduzzo, Karin Jolly, Kate Nicholson, Maggi Hambling, Lucie Flynn, Rebecca Fontaine Wolfe, Tracey Emin, Charlotte Posner, Suzy Platt, Sue Skitt, Caroline Reed, Shani Joel, Monika Nowak and Iva Troj.
Kate Garner’s iconic shots of Kate Moss clutching a teddy bear will be on display, alongside Shani Joel’s work encouraging freedom of expression, and pop artist Monika Nowak’s vision of strong, yet fragile women (featured image).
The show is being held to mark 100 years since The representation of the People’s Act and to celebrate International Women’s Day. Gallery owner Gabrielle Du Plooy took over the gallery ten years ago. She said of the exhibition, ‘It’s been a fantastic ten years and I have seen a change in attitudes towards women in the arts, in business and in general. This exhibition will celebrate us as women and all we can achieve.’
Zebra One Gallery, 1 Perrin’s Court, NW3 1QX. The exhibition runs from 8th-22nd March
Looking for somewhere new to eat and drink near Zebra One Gallery? Check out the recently opened Cafe Hampstead, an independent bistro inspired by the cafe culture of Tel Aviv. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, you can choose from small plates, grilled dishes or larger plates for sharing, all with Middle Eastern flavours. We’ll be ordering the ras el hanout lamb cutlets with Jerusalem artichoke puree…
Cafe Hampstead, 48 Rosslyn Hill, NW3 1NH