This summer, Outsider Art Galerie sheds light on the theme of femininity with the group exhibition Summer Queens. There is only work by female (or people who identify as female) artists on display.
Central question; what does it mean to be a woman and what images, stories and symbolism do they use in their art? Queens, fairytale princesses and divas, portraits of mothers, daughters, famous and unknown women, dreamed lives and fluid identities are just a few subjects that are discussed.
Also: Mirjam Peters recorded the course of her manic depression in remarkable drawings and paintings, Fatma Temiz gives a new meaning to vintage tableware with the help of transfers of her gossamer drawings and Irina Volova made a majestic portrait of the crown princess and Amsterdam student Amalia.
There is also work to be seen by; Esrah van Rooij, Tirza de Wild, Froukje Klickermann, Naomi Schupper, Amber Sabajo, Frederique Kok, Lisanne Meijer, Jescika van Overveld, Tara Ruijl, Angelique Gijsbertse and Siobhan Wall.
Summer Queens, until 2 October, Outsider Art Galerie, Neerlandiaplein 7, daily 12:00 – 17:00, please note: closed on weekends in August.