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Collage by Women presents 50 international women artists working in the field of collage today through a rigorous selection of their works. Curated by the Spanish collage artist Rebeka Elizegi, the book gives space to voices from all backgrounds, origins, and artistic expressions, and shows the wide variety of perspectives that are shaping the panorama of collage today, bringing to light a parallel effervescence of female artistic initiatives around the world. From emerging names to more well-known and established ones, the artists featured here are pushing back the boundaries of art. Collage by Women wants to call attention to the experiences and creative processes of artists that should be on our radar through an impressive selection of manual and digital techniques, topics and aesthetic choices, accompanied by texts that provide in-depth approaches to the inspiration, influences and work trajectory of each artist.
Born from the belief that women's voices are of the utmost relevance in all cultural and social fields, the book will surely contribute to a healthier, more comprehensive, more inclusive understanding of our reality. Among the artists contributing to the book are Annegret Soltau, Rozenn Le Gall, Caro Mantke, Eva Eun-Sil Han, Eugenia Loli, Sarah Eisenlohr, Isabel Reitemeyer, Olivia Descampe or Linden Eller.
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About the Author
Rebeka Elizegi is an art director and graphic designer based in Barcelona, Spain, where she runs the design studio Alehop, with her partner, illustrator Victor Escandell. Along her commercial works, she creates beautiful and illustrative handmade and digital collages for publishing houses, professional decoration projects, as well as personal exhibitions and art works. Her work has been exhibited in Barcelona, Madrid, Los Angeles, and Berlin, and her illustrations have appeared in publications like Sample Magazine , Visual , Inspirational , and many others. Her book Collage Therapy was published in 2017 by Promopress.