The LWCA 2024 Exhibition by Marlene Weisman

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We are excited to announce for a second year our partnership with Lavish and the Flaming Lady of Hay Arthouse to present an International Solo Exhibition by Marlene Weisman in Part 2 of the Latitude Women’s Contemporary Art ‘Icon’ series which spotlights legendary women.

Marlene’s “While I Was Stuck in the Supermarket…” homage in collage series, will be displayed as an immersive installation within the Woods in a new open air gallery space ‘Studio 2’ @latitudefest

Marlene is an award winning Brooklyn, New York artist and graphic designer working in mixed media, collage, and assemblage.

Weisman has designed work for NYC rock clubs such as the Peppermint Lounge and Tramps, concert venues like The Bottom Line and Beacon Theatre, and for the launch of Stiff America, the American offshoot of UK’s Stiff Records.

Marlene worked inhouse as a graphic artist for seven seasons of NBC Televisions Saturday night live, during which time she was awarded an Emmy.

Weisman’s art has been shown and curated into exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, Saatchi’s The Other Art Fair, the Islip Art Museum, BRIC Media House, Established Gallery, Gallery 440, NARS Foundation Gallery, and many other venues.

Her work is strongly influenced by 1960s Pop Art, and explores transformation, appropriation, and pop culture.

She was inspired to tackle the subject of female empowerment by creating a series of collages that tie in with a something everyone can relate to: a trip to the supermarket.

Photo by Bob Krasner.