Article in Kunstjournaal. →
Imagery by Rob van Hilten of the 400 factory... →
The Dutch Nieuwsuur report which has footage of... →
Polly Allen blogs about 400 for Portland feminist... →
Tamsyn discusses 400 in the Fresh Outlook. →
400 Women is featured in this month's 'Political... →
The List reviews 400 Women. →
Three Weeks reviews 400 Women. →
Bidisha blogs about 400 Women →
The List feature interview with Tamsyn. →
400 Women at Edinburgh Art Festival
It has just been announced that Tamsyn will be showing 400 Women in a new site-specific incarnation at the Edinburgh Art Festival this year, supported by Edinburgh City Council and AI. The installation will go into a dilapidated old school house in the heart of the city and is curated into this space by Gemma Rolls-Bentley.
Tamsyn is talking about the project at the WOW... →
Soundboard Magazine Reviews 400 Women →
Tamsyn talks to Soundboard Magazine about the project.
Interview in ArtVehicle →
Tamsyn Challenger talks to Art Vehicle about the process of creating the project over 5 years.
Interview with Tamsyn Challenger in Amelia's... →
Extended Opening Dates
400 Women has now been extended for a week at Shoreditch Town Hall Basement - until Sunday December 5th 2010.
400 Women discussed on BBC's 'The Review Show',... →
Martha Kearney, Johann Harri, Sarah Churchwell, David Hayman and Sarah Crompton discuss their experiences of visiting the installation. Tamsyn and Maggi Hambling are interviewed in the space.
BBC World Service report from the exhibition →
The BBC speak to Arsene Van Nierop, mother of one of the murdered women in the exhibition and Monica Alcazar, an artist from Mexico, about her work in the exhibition.
Split Art cover 400 Women →
Amnesty International work in Partnership with the... →
EastLondonLines covers 400 Women →
400 Women Recommended on Zabludowicz Collection... →
400 Women in the Londonist with Interview →
Dazed Digital cover 400 Women →
Morning Star conduct interview with Tamsyn... →
400 Women on BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour →
Listen live on Monday 8 November, 10-11am or on BBC iplayer
400 Women on London Gri →
by Ilinca Cantacuzino a participating artist in the 400 Women project, on London Grip’s website
We are delighted to announce that Amnesty International are now official partners on the 400 Women project. http://www.amnesty.org/
About 400 Women
This ambitious project by artist Tamsyn Challenger was created in response to the brutal murder and rape of more than 400 women over a decade in the US border town of Ciudad Juárez and the region of Chihuahua in Mexico. She has spent the past 5 years collecting imagery and asking nearly 200 artists to collaborate by each painting one of the murdered women, confronting us with and safeguarding in...