Tate Collective have curated 20 women and non-binary artists, who have created new work inspired by unsung women heroes from London's history. Find the works in public spaces across the city during October.
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See Shadi Al-Atallah's work inspired by women’s rights campaigner and trade unionist Rosa May Billinghurst opposite Deptford station. In Brixton, Rene Matić pays tribute to the co-founder of the Brixton Black Women’s Group, Olive Morris with clenched fists that stand the same height as Morris herself. In Sutton find Julia Vogl’s pop art tribute to Pauline Boty, and don't miss Mamamanvz work in BOXPARK Croydon that brings founder of the ICA, Jane Drew to life.
Curated by Tate Collective in collaboration with Mayor of London, LDN WMN is part of Mayor Sadiq Khan’s #BehindEveryGreatCity campaign which marks 100 years since the first women won the right to vote in the UK.