Mamma Andersson features in ‘The Future is Female’
Do we still need concepts like power woman, feminist and lady boss in this decade? Slowly new habits and a modern (er) thinking pattern are emerging: in 2020 society is increasingly aware of the difference in appreciation between men and women. There is also much to improve in art, the number of purchases by museums and exhibitions with work by female artists is lagging behind that of male colleagues. CODA Museum draws attention to art made by women with an emphasis on works in which doubt, emotion, a personal world and intuition are an essential part of the artwork and have therefore traditionally been regarded as 'less interesting' by art history.
With The Future is Female - Love Letters , CODA Museum shows work from 8 March to 28 June by an impressive selection of 41 artists from home and abroad. With a great diversity of means and material: paper meets textile, from cyanotype and painting to video. CODA Museum brings you the future: with women who have made a difference, from the past to the present.
Following two successful exhibitions, The Future is Female at PARTS Project in The Hague (2018) and Boys Don't Cry at Concordia in Enschede (2019), The Future is Female - Love Letters will be presented at CODA Museum in Apeldoorn .