Spirit of Womanhood exhibition – March 20th to 30th, South Bank, London

Annabel’s quilt Life 4 – “Hello Dear, What Did You Do Today?”


TOH artist and co-curator, Annabel Rainbow, has been selected to exhibit in The Spirit of Womanhood exhibition.

Women’s Interfaith Network – Spirit of Womanhood Exhibition
gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank
20th – 30th March 2014 | Private View – 25th March 2014 opened by Melvin Bragg

“My Great Great Grandfather was a slave in the Ottoman Empire
My Father was a Turkish Cypriot. He was a Muslim who grew up in a Greek village and spoke Turkish with a Greek accent.
My Mother is British. She grew up in London’s East End. She comes from a family of long time Gypsies
Me – I am an international artist. I exhibit all over the world.
I am very happy to take part in this exhibition.”
Tracey Emin CBE, 2014

The exhibition will showcase the work of female artists selected by a judging panel of leading figures from the
contemporary art world, including Roxane Zand, Deputy Chairman of Islamic and Middle Eastern Art at
Sotheby’s, Dr. Amy Mechowski, Curator at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Andrew Gwilliams, White Cube
Gallery and Len Massey, Drawing Tutor at the Royal College of Art.

Spirit of Womanhood, a one-off exhibition of work by female artists, will take place at gallery@oxo on London’s
South Bank from 20th – 30th March 2014. Marking the 10th anniversary of the Women’s Interfaith Network,
and in conjunction with International Women’s Day on 8th March 2014, the exhibition seeks to re-present and
reinvigorate global interfaith dialogue and debates concerning its place within the artistic sphere.