Nancy Fouts 1945-2019

Nancy Fouts was born in Seattle, USA, in 1945. She moved to London at the tender age of 16 when her parents had enrolled her in a finishing school, which was bizarrely called ‘The Monkey Club’ because the girls were taught to “Hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil.” However, Nancy was never one to tow the line or follow the rules,

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NEW exhibition ‘There’s a Good Girl’ celebrates women’s creativity in commercial and fine art.

The Assembly Rooms, 8 Silver Place, London, W1F 0JU from Monday 1st December until 19th December. Opening hours Monday-Friday 9am-6pm. Free admission. After a stellar launch party at Saatchi & Saatchi London on Thursday 27th November, the VivaWomen! Exhibition ‘There’s a Good Girl’ (TAGG) moved to the Assembly Rooms in Soho where it will be on view to […]

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ART OPENING: VivaWomen! “There’s a Good Girl”, showcasing advertising’s most audacious women artists @saatchilondon Thursday 27th November 2014

VivaWomen! showcases advertising’s most audacious women artists at Saatchi & Saatchi London Something special is happening at Saatchi & Saatchi London TONIGHT, a VivaWomen! exhibition featuring female artists and creatives who don’t play by the rules and refuse to be good girls.

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