From article: Historically underrepresented and undervalued, women artists have always made work that is innovative, impressive, and thought-provoking. Today, many institutions are giving due recognition to this fact, including the leading Nordic fair CHART, which is showcasing solely women artists in this year’s edition. Below, find a selection of highlights from the fair—launching on Artsy on August 19th—alongside a selection of paintings by new and noteworthy female-identifying artists, hand-picked by Artsy’s Curatorial team. Highlights include a colorful collage by Hayal Pozanti, a typographic piece by Turner Prize–winning artist Laure Prouvost, and Monica Kim Garza’s portrayal of full-figured nude bodies enjoying a drink at the bar.
What the gallery says: “‘Renaissance: Noir’ investigates Blackness on the continuum of the historiographies of African American artists’ narratives that assert, individually and collectively, their state-of-mind and state-of-being Black. An existence of ‘double consciousness,’ as coined by W.E.B. DuBois, where one is constantly combating the ‘isms’—racism, colorism, sexism, capitalism, colonialism, escapism, and criticism—through the act of artistic activism. https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/renaissance-noir-at-uta-1885608