Frances Enyedy is part of #TheGalleryProject. #TheGalleryProject includes artworks from 47 artists from 27 different countries. Each work reflects a unique perspective and as a whole, the exhibition series refuses to present a standardized narrative. Rather, it becomes clear that being queer means something different to each artist, whether sexually, politically, or aesthetically.
Each artist represented in the exhibition has developed their own strategies for coping with their lived realities and addressing (or not addressing) them in their art. The works displays sex, fragility, anger, courage, hope, nihilism, strength, fear, and beauty.
About the artist:
Frances Enyedy is an artist from Canada currently residing in Berlin. Attracted to anything queer, feminist, sensual and obscene, Frances likes to convey these ideas in portraits and figurative works. Art history also informs Frances’ aesthetic – for example, queering Orientalist paintings or reproducing Romantic era scenes in a feminist way. Love producing strange cartoons as well.
About the artwork:
Queer portraits, bdsm love, whimsical gazing toward the natural world, witches being honest. I hope to center the persyn(s) and body around a moment, a feeling, an understanding.
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