Mother Art Prize 2020 Publication

This catalogue documents the 2020 exhibition at Cromwell Place

Printed in an edition of 100

ISBN 978-1-8382629-0-7
paperback format, perfect bound, on uncoated stock
full colour cover throughout
164 Pages

210mm x 280mm

It Includes:

  1. Photographs of all finalists artworks
  2. Artists’ Bio
  3. The conceptual framework of the work and artists’ practices
  4. Nine Additional Essays by Art Historians, Critics and Researchers

71 in stock

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Procreate Project is thrilled to present The Mother Art Prize 2020 Exhibition Catalogue, a new publication produced to complement the group exhibition at Cromwell Place, London, 5-30 October 2020. The group show featured 20 short-listed artists of the Mother Art Prize 2020, the only international prize for self-identifying women and non-binary visual artists with caring responsibilities.

Featuring artists that work across a range of media, the works were selected among 626 entries from 45 countries and judged by Niamh Coghlan (Director, Richard Saltoun Gallery), Pauline Desouza (Director, Diversity Art Forum), Elvira Dyangani Tse (Director, The Showroom), Eva Langret (Artistic Director, Frieze London), Claire Mander (theCoLAB Director and Curator) and Frances Morris (Director, Tate Modern).

Their works raise questions around the representation and construction of the body, religious identities, sexualities and gender, as well as reproductive technologies.

This new art publication contains additional specially commissioned essays by:

Dr Helen Hester – Associate Professor of Media and Communications at the University of West London and author

Helen Benigson – Mother Art Prize Winner 2020

Niamh Coghlan – Richard Saltoun Gallery Director

Flavia Frigery – National Portrait Gallery Curator

Elizabeth Fullerton – Art critic, Art historian and author of Artrage

Hettie Judah – Art Critic and Writer

Claire Mander – theCoLAB Director and Curator

Dr Kate McMillan – artist, lecturer and current author of the Freelands Foundation Report ‘Representation of Female Artist’s in Britain during 2018 and 2019’

Katherine Down and Heather McMullen – Senior Research Associate at the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge – Lecturer at the Centre for Global Public Health, Queen Mary University of London

Additional information
Weight 600 g
Dimensions 21 × 2 × 28 cm

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