Lily Kemp (b. 1997, UK ) explores alternative narratives around how women's bodies are portrayed/consumed in Western art history and visual culture through her practice, in particular in response to how women's bodies are sexualised in the media and how women of colour are often sexualised through a racialized lense that is exoticizing, fetishizing and othering. Collage plays a central role in her art practice as the women are sourced from mass media. Lily is interested in what happens when you repurpose found images - taking the images of women from fashion magazines and re-representing them in often agricultural/industrial work context. Lily lives and works in London, UK.
2020, Herstory - Women in Art, Maddox Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2020, The Recent Graduates Exhibition, The Battersea Spring Affordable Art Fair, London, UK (Group)
2020, The Signature Art Prize, Bankside Hotel, London, UK (Group)
2019, The Clyde & Co Art Award, St Botolph Building, London, UK (Group)
2019, The Woon Foundation Painting & Sculpture Prize, Gallery North, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK (Group)
2019, BA Degree Show, Wimbledon College of Arts, London, UK (Group)
2019, Everyday Forms, Four Corners Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2019, For Love or Money, Copeland Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2017, Spilt Milk, Pop-Up Venue, London, UK (Group)
2016, Foundation Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK (Group)
2015, Young Art, Royal College of Art, London
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