An exhibition of paintings and sculptures featuring some remarkable women.
About the exhibition
Have you ever wondered what the Royal Society’s home would look like if its walls were gender-reversed? If, instead of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, portraits of Kathleen Lonsdale, Elsie Widdowson and Dorothy Hodgkin were the norm?
In this exhibition of art curated by Uta Frith FRS, we gather recent portraits of the greatest female Fellows of the Royal Society together with newly commissioned drawings featuring Royal Society Research Fellows and Rosalind Franklin prize-winners. The display uses portraits by artists Emma Wesley, Marcus Cornish, Garry Kennard, Graham Sutherland and others to celebrate just some of our leading women in science and asks the question – does it make a difference?
Visiting the Exhibition
The exhibition is free and all are welcome to attend. No prior reservation is necessary. Entry is via 7 Carlton House Terrace.
10.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Please note the exhibition will be closed on Friday 12 July and no visits will be possible on that date.
For enquiries or further information please contact the Royal Society library: firstname.lastname@example.org.