Jann Haworth: Mannequin Defectors

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Jann Haworth: Mannequin Defectors

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Jann Haworth: Mannequin Defectors
to Sat 20 Feb 2021
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Gazelli Art House presents Jann Haworth’s exhibition Mannequin Defectors. Haworth’s March Set from 2017 is on view at Gazelli Art House.

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March: Inversion, 2016-2017

Pastel on mixed media
105.4 x 72.4 cm 41 1/2 x 28 1/2 in
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Dancer, 2007

Oil on canvas, screen, newspaper and vinyl
182.8 x 91.4 cm 72 x 36 in
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News Man, 2008

Oil on canvas, newspaper and vinyl
182.8 x 140 cm 72 x 55 1/8 in
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Haworth - Snake Lady - 1969

These works trace the experiences of the Women’s March that took place that year, using cardboard as her chosen medium to reflect the protest signs carried by many. With this series, Haworth challenges the status quo of expected compositions and embraces the diptych format while asking viewers to consider the accuracy of their own memories. Haworth depicts alternatives to the images created in the minds of others, which is echoed in her arrangements and styles.

Mila Askarova, Founder of Gazelli Art House, says “The group show is an excellent way in which to see the unexpected interactions and correlations between the three artists – despite the decades separating them and the different mediums employed by each of the artists – there are cross-overs and explorations of mutually felt societal issues. We are very fortunate to unveil these parallels in our new group show.”

Co-creator of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover, Jann Haworth (b.1942) is an American pop artist and advocate for female representation in the art world. Haworth’s March Set from 2017 is on view at Gazelli Art House. These works trace the experiences of the Women’s March that took place that year, using cardboard as her chosen medium to reflect the protest signs carried by many. With this series, Haworth challenges the status quo of expected compositions and embraces the diptych format while asking viewers to consider the accuracy of their own memories. Haworth depicts alternatives to the images created in Patched Canvases began in 2000 and evolved over the following ten years to incorporate vinyl, canvas and plastic into Haworth’s traditional fabric practice. In showing alongside Perle Fine the result will be multifaceted, textural and will target a spectrum of subjects and emotions as reflected by the array of artistic methods.

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