Discover over 50 women artists who pushed the boundaries of art through the radical language of abstraction.
In the two decades after the Second World War, women artists were pushing the boundaries of art while exploring the seismic cultural, social and political shifts of the time. Beyond Form: Lines of Abstraction, 1950 - 1970 will spotlight over 50 women artists from across the globe who used abstract forms, materials and modes and shared in its language.
Largely sculpture, the exhibition will include works by Louise Bourgeoise, Eva Hesse, Hannah Wilke, and Agnes Marten, and will trace how the collective language of abstraction transcends geographical and cultural boundaries through sculptural forms.
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Rendezvous, Margate, Kent, CT9 1HG
Wednesday to Sunday plus Bank Holidays
10am - 5pm
Last entry is at 4pm
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- The gallery is wheelchair accessible with an outdoor ramp and lift access to both floors.
- Wheelchairs are available for visitors. Please contact us ahead of your visit if you would like to book one.
- Portable stools are also available. Please ask a member of staff on arrival if you would like to use one.
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