I See You, is an exhibition of paintings that brings together historical and contemporary works by female artists with a focus on depictions of male subjects.
It ranges from portraits of family members to paintings of invented characters and those that challenge a traditional understanding of the ‘male gaze’. These works invite us to consider the characteristics and qualities that connect or divide us along shifting lines of gender, and how differences might be bridged by a shared understanding of consciousness, i.e. what it means to see and be seen. Works are by: Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Sarah Ball, María Berrío, Celia Hempton, Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, Chantal Joffe, Maria Lassnig, Jessie Makinson, Alice Neel, Celia Paul and Lisa Yuskavage.