Finally, the women artists are getting the recognition they deserve. It is not that these women have got a new talent only recently. They have always had talent but it is only in the recent times that they have gathered enough courage and come out of the shadows. And now that they have a platform too, they are getting bold and are not afraid to show the art in them. Whether it is making film documentaries or painting a landscape, these women are not afraid to foray into any field. This is the reason why the women artists in Bukowski Auction are being looked upon as much anticipation.
It is wrong to thing that art is biased towards genders. It is just that these women never had the chance to exhibit their talent. And now that they are getting it at some top places like Bukowskis, the foremost Nordic auction house, there is no stopping them. Their art is selling at fabulous prices and some of these women artists have become famous overnight. Some famous names are Cecilia Edefalk, Diane Arbus, Yayoi Kusama, Linn Fernström, Mamma Andersson and Maria Friberg.
Bukowskis Contemporary on 23 May, 2012 will start at 10 am and is anticipated to be a big success. Already the event is awaited with much anticipation and has created quite a buzz. CEO, Michael Storåkers, feels great to see all these talented women confident of their talent. And talent does sell, according to him. Well, all we can do is wait for all those Women Artists in Bukowski Auction and wish them all the best. They will be even better and far exceed the expectations of all the critics, it seems. Gone are the days, when men used to consider art to be solely their domain. Women are finally getting the recognition they deserve and right fully so.