Selected to be part of the art collection at the Ned, my art work is displayed within the vaults of the former Midland Bank at 27 Poultry alongside 92 contemporary female artists.
'The number of women CEOs on Britain’s FTSE 100 stock exchange was a total of eight when Kate Bryan, the British art historian and global head of collections at Soho House, first conceived of Vault 100 in April 2016. Recently opened, the ambitious permanent collection is housed within the former vaults of the old Midland Bank—in the belly of the City of London— at The Ned, London’s highly anticipated new hotel and member’s club. “It’s like the Ritz and Soho House had a baby,” said Ms. Bryan, describing The Ned which is a collaboration between Soho House, the global private members club, and developers Sydell Group.
Inside, Ms. Bryan has put together an art collection that imagines a reversal of traditional gender bias: Vault 100 is a salon that includes 92 art works by leading female British artists alongside eight works by men in collectives. During the final days of the acquisitions process, the number of women CEOs on the FTSE 100 fell to seven, “so I gained a place for a work of art by another female artist” she said, flashing a smile'.