'Sixty Years’, Tate Britain, London, April 2019 – present; ‘100% Women’, Richard Saltoun, London, March 2019 - February 2020

Chloe Julius


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This review investigates the curatorial logic behind women-only programmes by looking at two recent examples: Tate Britain's Sixty Years collection display and Richard Saltoun's 100% Women exhibition series. Citing examples of similar exhibitions that stretch back to the 1970s, the review asks whether such a strategy - whose newness is routinely invoked - is wearing thin.




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