MAPPING UNKNOWN TERRAIN: MODERNISM, GENDER, SPACE IN THE PAINTINGS OF MARY SWANZY

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Abstract

A public lecture at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, 05.12.2018. Louise Wallace discusses themes of gender, interior space, domesticity and women’s labour that characterise some of the most definitive works comprising of the IMMA exhibition Mary Swanzy, Voyages (16.10.2018 - 17.02.2019). Wallace positions Swanzy’s oeuvre within the developments of Modernism and the avant-garde’s liking for travel. Swanzy’s feminine gaze is read alongside the contemporary concerns of female painters working today. This talk was programmed as part of a series of public events aimed at reintroducing Irish audiences to this artist’s extraordinary achievements and is part of the IMMA Modern Masters Series.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationIRISH MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
PublisherIrish Museum of Modern Art
Publication statusPublished - 5 Dec 2018
EventMary Swanzy; Voyages: IMMA initiated retrospective of painter Mary This exhibition aims to reintroduce our audiences to this artist’s extraordinary achievements and reinstate her as a Modern Irish Master. - Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland
Duration: 26 Oct 201817 Feb 2019
https://imma.ie/whats-on/mary-swanzy-voyages/

Keywords

  • modernism
  • domesticity
  • painting
  • Feminism

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    Mary Swanzy: Modernism, Gender, Space in the paintings of Mary Swanzy

    Wallace, L., 5 Dec 2018

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  • 'Smoke': oil on canvas, 110 x 85 cm 2016

    Wallace, L., 2018

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  • The Glutted Look of Clouds

    Wallace, L., 12 May 2016, (Accepted/In press)

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