Women + Health Online Fundraising Exhibition: Women’s Lockdown Art
Zabludowicz Collection are proud to be supporting Women + Health's online exhibition of artwork produced by women during the pandemic. Due to changes in government guidance the physical exhibition will no longer be taking place.
Donate, view and buy pieces from the exhibition here.
Women + Health is a Camden based health charity that helps isolated and vulnerable women, including those who are survivors of domestic violence and rape, to overcome their multiple health challenges.
All the artworks in the exhibition and many more will be for sale online from 11 November to 25 December 2020 with proceeds going directly to Women + Health.
Women + Health was founded over 30 years ago to provide complementary and alternative medicine therapies and counselling in a women-only space. The core aim of Women + Health is to empower primarily women from all backgrounds to take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing and to fulfil their potential - despite the challenges they have met and may be meeting along the way.
“It’s our pleasure to be able to support Women + Health to help raise much needed funds for their valuable work in Camden. The range of responses from the artists is a testament to the creativity and flexibility of women in times of hardship.”
Elizabeth Neilson, Director of Zabludowicz Collection
“I’m thrilled so many women artists have donated work to support our organisation, which like many small charities, has been hit hard by the financial challenges brought about by Covid-19. Each piece of art purchased helps a woman receive support from Women + Health.”
Gemma Tighe, Director of Women + Health
A special online launch event will take place on 11 November at 7pm, including talks by art historian Frances Borzello, psychotherapist and writer Susie Orbach, and Zabudowicz Collection Director Elizabeth Neilson. The online exhibition is curated by Frances Borzello, and Women + Health trustees Cass Wedd and Lesia Haliv.
This north London charity has supported so many women in the past. We hope the proceeds from this online exhibition will help it continue its essential work into the future.
Artists participating in the Women’s Lockdown Art exhibition:
Frances Aviva Blane
Agata di Masternak
Chloe Fremantle Blegva
Marie Claire White