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French multidisciplinary artist Emmanuelle Loiselle (b.1983) is mainly concerned with aspects of domesticity, and women's work seen as invisible or valueless. Using painting, sewing and printmaking, often incorporating textiles and objects in her installations, she chooses subjects that are deeply rooted into womanhood and motherhood.


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2013/2016: BA Fine Art (First Hon) - City and Guilds London School of Art 


2019: Symposium, Voices of Women's labour, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London



2017:                  Winner of the Collyer Bristow Award, selected by Iwona Blazwick.

2016:                  Winner of the Chadwyck-Healey Prize for Painting

                          Winner of the Slaughterhaus Prize for Printmaking

                          Winner of the Artichoke Prize for Printmaking



2024                  The Female Gaze, Rotunda Gallery, New Rochelle, NY.

2019                   Keep the Door of My Lips, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London

                          Woolwich Contemporary Prints Fair, Woolwich Arsenal, London

                          Deptford X festival, Creekside Artists, London (Group)


2018                   A Woman's Work is Never Done, Subsidiary Project, London (Solo)

                         The Ghosts are in the House, Sassoon Gallery, London (Group)


2017                   Exceptional, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London. (Group)

                          WHAT NOW. Candid Art Trust Gallery, London. (Group)


2016                  Slaughterhouse Workshop Annual Show, London.

                          Paper/Papier, Genesis Cinema Gallery, London. 


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