Lucy Howarth (Independant Scholar)
Lucy Howarth's area of interest is the later years of the period covered by the Sub Group, and in the education and careers of British women artists working in a modernist idiom, specifically practitioners of constructivism. She is also interested in neglected or lost art and artists, and the potential conflicts of gender, nationality and identity. Her PhD thesis was on Marlow Moss (1889-1958), and she is am currently in the process of developing the manuscript for a monograph. She curated the Tate display Marlow Moss, which toured 2013-2015 and is currently working as a consultant curator on an exhibition of Moss's work at Haus Konstruktiv in Zürich.
Keywords: constructivism; abstraction; modernism; gender; queer
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