'Lucy Beech: me and mine' review

Crouch, Amelia ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9355-8254 (2015) 'Lucy Beech: me and mine' review. The Double Negative.


A review of the exhibition ‘Me and Mine’ by Lucy Beech at The Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, 2 May - 4 July 2015. Discussing the works Me and Mine (2015), Buried Alive (2013), Cannibals (2013). Beech’s works represent women who are all searching for meaningful connections to others in world where ‘self’ has become a construct or commodity, and where interpersonal relationships are infected by corporate rhetoric. Re-published as: Crouch, A. (2015) “Dorothy, you’re a blini”, Lucy Beech on Women Empowering Women, in Robertson, L. (ed) ‘On Being Curious: New Critical Writing on Contemporary Art from the North West of England,’ pp.12-15, The Double Negative, Liverpool. ISBN: 9781526202376. The article was commissioned by the Contemporary Visual Arts Network North West (CVAN NW), as part of a regional critical writing development programme funded by Arts Council England.

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