HOFA Gallery Launches The Divine for Women’s History Month

Self Portrait, Ilhwa Kim, 2021, Hand dyed hanji paper (119 x 93 x 15 cm)

HOFA Gallery will launch a new exhibition titled The Divine on International Women’s Day (8th March). The show features twelve female artists for Women’s History Month (March 2022).


Our Own Reality by Lucile Gauvain, 2020. Coloured pencils (26 x 26 cm) (HOFA Gallery)

Homme 249, Loribelle Spirovski, 2020, Oil, acrylic and enamel on polyester (122 x 92 cm)

The exhibition aims to highlight and address the lack of female artist representation both historically and contemporarily. A study of 3,050 galleries on the Artsy database found that 48% represent 25% or fewer women artists; 10% represent no women artists; and only 8% represent more women than men (Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2019).

Crown by Romina Ressia, 2018. Archival pigment print (30 x 20 cm) (HOFA Gallery)
HOFA Co-founder and The Divine curator Simonida Pavicevic with works by Camille Hannah

The twelve female participating artists in The Divine are; Ilhwa Kim (South Korean), Mary Ronayne (Ireland), Loribelle Spirovski(Australia), Katya Zvereva (Russia), Laura Limbourg (Belgium), Romina Ressia (Argentina), Camille Hannah(Australia), Lucile Gauvain (France), Lise Stoufflet (France), Emmanuelle Rybojad (France), Wang Ziling (China) & Susana Anaya (Mexico).


The Divine

8th-22nd March 2022
11 Bruton Street
London W1J 6PY
United Kingdom

T: +44 (0) 207 629 5573
E: info@TheHouseofFineArt.com

See also: Surrealist Painter Loribelle Spirovski Goes Solo at HOFA Gallery London

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