Posts Tagged: Toni Cogdell

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

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

Jessica Cooper and Toni Cogdell at the RWA’s 163rd Annual Open Exhibition, a review by EM Gallery Assistant Jennifer Dudley.

Edgar Modern were delighted to hear that two of our artists, Jessica Cooper and Toni Cogdell, have had their work selected for this year’s Annual Open Exhibition at Bristol’s Royal West of England Academy. Now in its 163rd year, this

Jessica Cooper and Toni Cogdell at the RWA’s 163rd Annual Open Exhibition, a review by EM Gallery Assistant Jennifer Dudley.

Edgar Modern were delighted to hear that two of our artists, Jessica Cooper and Toni Cogdell, have had their work selected for this year’s Annual Open Exhibition at Bristol’s Royal West of England Academy. Now in its 163rd year, this