Lot 92 - Lindsey Jean McLean - Bright Pink Boa
Oil on prime paper
Signed on Verso
Lindsey Jean McLean’s work questions the historical construct of femininity in painting. Bedecked in a rich colour palette suggesting tactile honeys and velvets, these characters are in movement and entanglement, trapped in acts of concealment and destruction. McLean uses reoccurring motifs such as feather boas, fans and veils - transformative objects that obscure the gaze within her works. She subverts the historically patriarchal medium of oil paint to dismantle and create a new space to view femininity.
A recent MFA graduate in Painting from The Slade School of Fine Art. She studied her BA in painting at Glasgow School of Art and the Drawing Year at The Royal Drawing school.
Who Is Your Master?, 1969 Gallery
ENDLESS SUMMER - Groupshow, Better Go South
'Watch me burn' curated by Rasmus Peter Fischer, Ruttkowski;68
1969 Gallery at NADA Miami 2022, 1969 Gallery
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