sleepovers and summer camp: an interview with alexandra marzella
Girls Only founder Antonia Marsh catches up with New York artist and poster-girl for sex-positive feminism Alexandra Marzella.
what does it mean to be a young female artist in india today?
Ahead of Girls Only India opening this weekend we explore some of the exhibition's highlights, whilst founder and curator Antonia Marsh catches up with some of the artists featured.
once defiled, denounced and degraded, where does the bed lie in photography today?
Ahead of her upcoming exhibition, Pillow Talk, at London's Palm Tree Gallery, art curator and Girls Only founder Antonia Marsh examines of the politics of the bedroom as a space within art.
kelsey bennett on friends, family and photography
Fresh from co-curating Girls Only's latest exhibition, we catch up with NYC photographer Kelsey Bennett.
pistil! pistol! girls only team up with kelsey bennett and kirsty buchanan in new exhibition
Inspired by the Rorschach Test, the new exhibition from all girl art collective takes on sex, symmetry and the subconscious.
we speak to the anti-agency x girls only artists about why, when it comes to making art, being a girl should no longer matter
Last week we broke the news about one of the most exciting art collaborations of the season, as riot grrrl art collective and transatlantic curatorial body Girls Only teamed up with the supercool Anti-Agency in a one off exhibition.
we want to be friends with photographer indigo lewin
Born and bred in London, Indigo Lewin is the kind of artist you want to be friends with. Not just because of her wry wit and sheer aptitude for taking beautifully honest portraits, but also because you just might end up in one of them.
fannies, feminism and why girls rule the world with girls only
The brainchild of coral-haired beauty Antonia Marsh, Girls Only is a studio residency programme, curatorial body, gallery and event space, aimed at supporting the work of female artists and creatives in London and New York.