Monthly Archives: January 2016

Roxana Halls on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Ahead of our next exhibition ‘Ecriture Feminine’, which opens on February 20th, Edgar Modern artist Roxana Halls wrote about what this concept means to her and her artistic practice: Discussions of identity feature prominently in contemporary culture, championed most recently

Roxana Halls on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Ahead of our next exhibition ‘Ecriture Feminine’, which opens on February 20th, Edgar Modern artist Roxana Halls wrote about what this concept means to her and her artistic practice: Discussions of identity feature prominently in contemporary culture, championed most recently

Toni Cogdell on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Edgar Modern artist Toni Cogdell wrote a personal response to the themes of our upcoming exhibition, Ecriture Feminine: Ecriture Feminine She is not contained. Disregard the faded and yellowing veil that conceals her fire. That myth of composure, the refined gentile

Toni Cogdell on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Edgar Modern artist Toni Cogdell wrote a personal response to the themes of our upcoming exhibition, Ecriture Feminine: Ecriture Feminine She is not contained. Disregard the faded and yellowing veil that conceals her fire. That myth of composure, the refined gentile

London Art Fair 2016.

Edgar Modern are thrilled to be returning to the London Art Fair again this year for its 28th edition, January 20th-24th at the Business Design Centre in Islington. We will be presenting new works from Henrietta Dubrey, Ronald F Smith,

London Art Fair 2016.

Edgar Modern are thrilled to be returning to the London Art Fair again this year for its 28th edition, January 20th-24th at the Business Design Centre in Islington. We will be presenting new works from Henrietta Dubrey, Ronald F Smith,