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Wave: Summer Fundraising Exhibition for Women + Health Charity

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205 Royal College Street, NW1 0SG, London, UK
Open: Thur-Sat noon-6pm


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Wave: Summer Fundraising Exhibition for Women + Health Charity

to Sun 14 Aug 2022

205 Royal College Street, NW1 0SG Wave: Summer Fundraising Exhibition for Women + Health Charity

Thur-Sat noon-6pm


Shadi Al-Atallah | Rafaela de Ascanio | Eileen Cooper | Gaia Fugazza | Natalia Gonzalez Martin| Marcelle Hanselaar | Anna Kenneally | Rachel Kneebone | Robyn Litchfield | Faye Wei Wei | Candida Powell-Williams | Alison Wilding

Women + Health charity, Cob Gallery, and Women + Health ambassador and curator Elizabeth Neilson present a summer fundraising exhibition of women and non-binary artists in support of the Camden-based charity and its vital services.

Artworks

A Thread of Vital Life, 2022

Oil on wood
50.5 x 40.5 x 2 cm
© Natalia Gonzalez Martin. Courtesy of Hannah Barry Gallery

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Knot, 2017

Porcelain
27 x 8 x 21 cm
© Rachel Kneebone. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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La Retour Futile 8, 2021

Oil on canvas, frame
24 x 18 cm
© Marcelle Hanselaar. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Night Visitor, 2021

Oil on canvas
24 x 18 cm
© Marcelle Hanselaar. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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A Vision Between Acts, 2022

Oil on canvas
100 x 70 cm
© Anna Kenneally. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Lake Brunner, 2021

Oil on linen
70 x 60 cm
© Robyn Litchfield. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Those Frogs, 2019

Mappa burl veneered plywood, beeswax, mineral pigments
32 x 25 cm
© Gaia Fugazza. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Flower Boy, 2019

Chalk pastel on paper
Paper size 39 x 29 cm. Framed 50 x 40 cm
© Faye Wei Wei. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Blue Sigh, 2019

Chalk pastel on paper
Paper size 39 x 29 cm. Framed 50 x 40 cm
© Faye Wei Wei. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Caldera, 2022

Glaze and lustre on earthenware
50 cm x 27cm
© Rafaela De Ascanio. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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A Thunder of Breasts Lactate from the Sky, 2022

Glaze and lustre on earthenware
58 x 27 x 27 cm
© Rafaela De Ascanio. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Babe, 2021

Oil on canvas
30 x 23 cm
© Eileen Cooper. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Nails, 2021

Acrylic on gesso panel
21 x 15.5 cm
© Eileen Cooper. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Get me through the night, 2022

Acrylic, oil pastel and charcoal on canvas
100 x 184 cm
© Shadi Al-Atallah. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Suckle from the Elixir, 2022

Glaze and lustre on earthenware
43 x 18 x 13 cm
© Rafaela De Ascanio. Courtesy of Cob Gallery

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Women + Health has been supporting isolated and vulnerable women, including those who are survivors of domestic violence and rape, for over 30 years and provides essential services including counselling, holistic physical therapies, and wellbeing support. The charity has offered a lifeline to local women, helping them overcome multiple health challenges, but the impact of Covid-19 has brought extra financial pressures. Domestic violence soared during the pandemic, highlighting the necessity of and putting a strain on the safe spaces and services of Women + Health.

In response to this, Wave brings together emerging and established artists in support of the charity’s work. Participating artists include, Shadi Al-Atallah, Rafaela de Ascanio, Eileen Cooper, Gaia Fugazza, Natalia Gonzalez Martin, Marcelle Hanselaar, Anna Kenneally, Rachel Kneebone, Robyn Litchfield, Faye Wei Wei, Candida Powell-Williams and Alison Wilding.
Galleries’ commission will go directly to Women + Health. Many of the artists are also donating their commission, meaning that 100% of sales will go to the charity.

Installation view, Wave: Summer Fundraising Exhibition for Women + Health Charity at Cob Gallery, London. Courtesy of the artists and Cob Gallery, London


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