Women Are Art Schools

Nadia Hebson presents her work on 16:9 - a billboard attached to the yard-side of Kingsgate Workshops.

at Kingsgate Project Space

16:9 is a billboard attached to the yard-side of Kingsgate Workshops. It's visible from the street and from Kilburn Grange Park. Kingsgate Project Space commissions new works from emerging and established artists especially for this site.

Nadia Hebson (b. UK) works across painting, large scale prints, apparel and texts, working obliquely with the legacy of women artists her practice has sought to comprehend the relationship between painting, biography, persona and clothing, most recently through a consideration of the legacies of painters Christina Ramberg, Winifred Knights and Marion Adnams. Who she conceives as fictional mentors. Alongside her practice she convenes conversations, seminar series’ and reading groups, with the intention of making visible creative female friendships.

Nadia Hebson lives and works in Stockholm and is Senior Lecturer in Painting at the Royal Institute of Art. Her practice and teaching have developed through a close consideration of art education and the provocation An appropriate Fine Art education for women? Her billboard commission is titled Women Are Art Schools.

Kingsgate Project Space

Opening Times
Preview: Friday 12 July, 6-9pm
13 July - 10 August 2019
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

Kingsgate Project Space
Kingsgate Workshops Trust, 110-116 Kingsgate Road,