Loren Eiferman’s sculptures have been admired by critics and art lovers for the past 25 years. Although the artist’s work has been mainly exhibited in the state of New York, her art is known to many people outside of the US. Working prominently with wood, Loren Eiferman’s sculptures are closely inspired by Mother Nature. Her […]

Jevgenija Jones, known by her artistic name, Appias Albina, dreamed of being an artist since she was a young girl. Born and raised in Vilnius, Lithuania, Jevgenija graduated from the Academy of Arts and went straight into making art. On top of that, she also worked as a jewellery maker, graphic designer, illustrator and audiovisual […]

What is your first memory of harassment? This is the simple, yet difficult question that interdisciplinary artist Clemence Vazard first began asking women in 2016. Although realising the importance of her work through the documentation of their stories, Vazard was unaware of what huge significance this would have. Then in 2017, the world began to […]

American director Billy Wilder once said: “God kissed Audrey Hepburn on the cheek, and there she was”, Audrey was born to be a star. She never desired to be one, but against all odds, she became one of the most beloved actresses of the 20th century, an icon of elegance, and a great humanitarian. In […]

Jessica Pierre Ross is an emerging, interesting artist; we met her at this year’s Nasty Women Exhibition – Empowerment in London and chatted about what empowerment means to her personally and about how her photography and other works come to life. As a creative director and photographer, Jessica is a conceptual enthusiast utilising a range […]

Following their last year’s success, Creative Debuts teamed up with Nasty Women New York, Lisbon, Amsterdam, North East and London to celebrate an incredible group of artists from around the globe. And so, in the heart of the bohemian Shoreditch and perfectly timed to open on International Women’s Day, Creative Debuts‘ extraordinary team premiered their exhibition […]