16 of the most dynamic female artists in London exhibiting on the doorstep of Frieze

For two days only, sixteen of the most dynamic female artists in London are coming together for TAKE! EAT!, an exhibition put together by Artist/Curators Diana Chire & MC Llamas. Situated on the door step of Frieze Art Fair, St Marylebone Parish Church will act as the backdrop for TAKE! EAT! which is anticipated to be one of the most notable guerrilla exhibitions of the year.

Cary Kwok - Evangeline as Andy Warhol in Drag (Polaroid)
Cary Kwok – Evangeline as Andy Warhol in Drag (Polaroid)

After acknowledging the disproportionate amount of male artists championed and exhibited in the art world, Chire & Llamas’ exhibition isn’t a negative rebuttal to the role of the female artist, but a positive showcase of practicing contemporaries who create exciting and vital work. By taking matters in their own hands and creating an arena for women in the contemporary art world, TAKE! EAT! revives the spirit of Damien Hirst’s legendary 1988 exhibition Freeze, creating a new mosaic of renegades, mediums and an audaciously unforgettable show.

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The Kiss of Betrayal Lorna May Wadsworth

From painting and video to sculpture and live performance, respected names and exciting practitioners bubbling up within the London art scene will be showcased and celebrated. Their work will create a dialogue within the space, between the artists and more importantly Frieze Art Fair.
Exhibiting Artists: Pauline Amos, Beatrice Brown, Scarlett Carlos Clarke, Angelica Cayzer, Diana Chire, Michal Cole, Mia Faithfull, Abigail Fallis, Nancy Fouts, Evangaline Ling, MC Llamas, Wendy Mayer, Fiona Roberts, Boo Saville, Agnieszka Sikorska, & Lorna May Wadsworth.

Wendy Mayer
Wendy Mayer

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Abigail Fallis

14th – 16th October 2015 St Marylebone Parish Church 17 Marylebone Rd, London, NW1 5LT
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About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper' AofC - Issue 1 Autumn 2018