Posts Tagged: Roxana Halls

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

A peek at ‘Écriture Féminine’

In February 2016 Edgar Modern will hold a multi-artist exhibition entitled ‘Écriture Féminine’, curated by recent UWE MA Curating graduate Jennifer Dudley. Hélène Cixous first coined the term ‘écriture féminine’ in her 1975 essay, “The Laugh of the Medusa”, where she asserts

A peek at ‘Écriture Féminine’

In February 2016 Edgar Modern will hold a multi-artist exhibition entitled ‘Écriture Féminine’, curated by recent UWE MA Curating graduate Jennifer Dudley. Hélène Cixous first coined the term ‘écriture féminine’ in her 1975 essay, “The Laugh of the Medusa”, where she asserts

Roxana Halls at the Discerning Eye November 12th-22nd.

Congratulations to Edgar Modern artist Roxana Halls, who will be showing her work at this year’s Discerning Eye by invitation of Steve Pill, art critic and editor of Artists & Illustrators magazine.  This is the second time Roxana has been invited to

Roxana Halls at the Discerning Eye November 12th-22nd.

Congratulations to Edgar Modern artist Roxana Halls, who will be showing her work at this year’s Discerning Eye by invitation of Steve Pill, art critic and editor of Artists & Illustrators magazine.  This is the second time Roxana has been invited to