Richard Saltoun Gallery announces representation of the Estate of Alexis Hunter (b. 1948 – d. 2014), a New Zealand-born, London-based artist who worked predominantly with photography to explore Feminist theory, often with provocative and radical results. After studying at the Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland (1966- 69), Hunter joined her sister in London in the early 1970s. A member of both the Artists Union Women’s Workshop and the Woman’s Free Arts Alliance, she was influenced by a growing move towards anti-patriarchy, and during this time, developed some of her most iconic photographic works, including Sexual Warfare, Object Series and...
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