Manchester Art Gallery to feature”Angel of Anarchy” Women Artists and Surrealism Exhibition

The first major exhibition of women artists and Surrealism to be held in Europe, Angels of Anarchy, opens this autumn at Manchester Art Gallery. Featuring over 100 artworks by 33 women artists the exhibition is a celebration of the crucial, but at the time not fully recognized, role that women artists have played within Surrealism.

The Inn of the Dawn Horse by Lenora Carrington (self portrait 1936-37)

The Inn of the Dawn Horse by Lenora Carrington (self portrait 1936-37)

On Being an Angel #1 by Francesca Woodman (1977)

On Being an Angel #1 by Francesca Woodman (1977)

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One Response to Manchester Art Gallery to feature”Angel of Anarchy” Women Artists and Surrealism Exhibition

  1. helene ruiz says:

    How refreshing to see this article! It is nice to know “surrealism” is respected still at least in Europe! I have the most difficult time finding a venue for my work..and to see this being an exhibit of women artists! Wish I lived close by to see this exhibit….I was ready to just give up and burn all of my works….then I came across this article…whew….I wish all the artists the best of success!
    Helene Ruiz

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