Zoe Buckman profile in HTSI/The Financial Times - Rima Suqi
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Zoe Buckman, The Financial Times HTSI, Rima Suqi

30 Aug Zoe Buckman profile in HTSI/The Financial Times

Zoë Buckman is not a household name just yet. But if the past few years are any indication as to what the future holds, the 36-year-old Hackney native seems poised to become one of her generation’s most important feminist artists. Curators mention Buckman in the same sentence as Louise Bourgeois, Mary Kelly, Tracey Emin and Sophie Calle; her works are increasingly included in group shows with these women, as well as other artists of influence, such as Lorna Simpson and Carrie Mae Weems. The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia, have all acquired pieces for their permanent collections, and her last solo show, Nomi, sold out despite being held online due to the pandemic. Prices, which range from £4,000 to £80,000, reflect growing interest. Buckman’s new solo show, Bloodwork, which opened at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery this week, is also poised to leave an impression: its run-up saw a wave of pre-show enquiries – both from private collectors and museums. Read the full article .