Men and even women are afraid of the new roles women are playing nowadays. We are not just working as housewives, or even as teachers, nurses and secretaries. We are also doctors, bankers, lawyers, politicians, entrepreneurs. . ., job usually reserved for men only.
Today we are often high-achieving, financially independent women. And yes, we certainly spend less time at home, yet we care for our families just as much, we look after our homes, we entertain our friends, we volunteer our time. . . And although our lives are more demanding, we are still as feminine as ever.
With this exhibition, I would like to pay tribute to all women. Working at home or managing a large corporation, we all contribute to society one way or another.
This exhibition shows the work of three well established Spanish artists from three Mediterranean cities: Alfredo Palmero (Barcelona, 1966), Ana Roldan (Malaga, 1960) and Marc Jesus (Ibiza, 1966). They all visualize women in a unique and particular way.