May 4, 2023

ON VIEW: Daisy Dodd-Noble, Calli Moore, Johanna Bath & Precious Opara in ‘Femme F(r)iction’

C1760 at Academy Mansion, New York | 11 - 19 May 2023

We are extremely excited to announce that four artists who are currently working with Roman Road, will be featured in the major female-focused exhibition Femme F(r)iction, organised by C1760 at the Academy Mansion in New York. 


Works by Daisy-Dodd Noble, Johanna Bath and Precious Opara, who have all recently exhibited at our gallery space in Notting Hill, along with paintings by New York-based artist Calli Moore, whom we have recently started working with, will be presented alongside over 50 other artists and designers, in a dynamic display celebrating female artists of the last 100 years.

Spanning four stories, the exhibition will bring together renowned luminaries alongside emerging talent through the showcase of their works within the wider contexts of identity, power, sexuality, and solidarity. Femme F(r)iction unites a group of 50 female artists of different generations and backgrounds presenting over 70 paintings, sculptures, design pieces, installations, and drawings. 


Featured artists include amongst others Magdalena Abakanowicz, Lita Albuquerque, Andrea Marie Breiling, Johanna Bath, Clarina Bezzola, Sofia Borges, Andrea Bowers, Lee Bul, Leonora Carrington, Judy Chicago, Isabelle D, Brigitte D’Annibale, Carmen D’Appollonio, Jen DeNike, Charlotte Colbert, Daisy Dodd-Noble, Kim Faler, Leonor Fini, Rachel Garrard, Isa Genzken, Françoise Gilot, Paula Hayes, Mary Heilmann, Loie Hollowell, Anna Kenneally, Louise Lawler, Sherrie Levine, Tamara de Lempicka, Esther Mahlangu, Sophie Matisse, Keelin Montzingo, Calli Moore, Precious Opara, Naïla Opiangah, Toni Ross, Virginia San Fratello, Cindy Sherman, Jeanne Silverthorne, Emily Sundblad, Valentine de Saint-Point, Pat Steir, Rosemarie Trockel, Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas, Faye Toogood, Maryam Turkey, Nicola Tyson, Analia Saban, Elisabeth von Samsonow, Kara Walker, Joana Vasconcelos, Leslie Wayne, Claudia Wieser, Sophia-Yemisi Adeyemo, Najla El Zein…


For more information about the exhibition, see below: