SISTERS - Exhibition 8-17 March 2019
'Sisters' is a project on female empowerment and sisterhood. A contemporary art and design exhibition that showcases and celebrates female perspectives.
The exhibited works, all created exclusively for the show, express concepts of community, women in craft, femininity and social injustice. By inviting female creators from a range of creative disciplines, the show responds to the under-representation of women in creative arts, and the lack of female perspectives throughout society.
'Sisters' are proud to support Dona Kolors, a non-profit fashion clothing initiative that employ women with a background within prostitution and survivors of trafficking, giving them the advantages of legitimate employment and an opportunity to gain financial independence and empowerment. We participate by donating a percentage of each sold work to this project. Donations can also be made directly through our crowdfunding platform, created especially for the collaboration between Sisters and Dona Kolors.
Curated and organised by: Sanna Völker
Gallery space: Ox Poblenou
Alejandra Perini, Berta Julià Sala, Carla Cascales Alimbau, Cierto Estudio, Irene Infantes, Marta Armengol, Marta Ayala Herrera, Marta Cascales Alimbau, Omayra Maymó, Paula Clavería, Sanna Völker
Art direction & Graphic design: Emmy Koski
Photography: Luiza Lacava
Production assistant: Allie Heesh
Product photos: Ampi Aristu
Event photos: Irene Cabré
Golden: Provotum, Story: WeProduce, Apple Tree Communications
Product: The Round Table Topics, Estrella Damm, Font & Roca
'Sisters' is showing the work of 16 creatives from the fields of furniture and object design, sculpture, textile, architecture, painting and even includes a piece of contemporary classical music.
TEZ by Carla Cascales Alimbau
1.5 by Omayra Maymó (left). Out of Sight by Alejandra Perini and Berta Julià Sala (right)
Reading seat by Paula Clavería
STILL LIFE II by Marta Armengol
Common Effort by Sanna Völker
Menta by Irene Infantes
The all-female show was inaugurated in Barcelona on March 8, the International Women's Day.
MAMMA by Cierto Estudio (left). Patio by Marta Ayala Herrera (right)