Forbes – February 2021

“Buckman is known for exploring the imbalance of power and gender violence, as well as installations that honor and praise the feminine. Her multi-media consist of textiles, embroidery, and other items collected from the unlikeliest places to inspire feminist art, from her late mother’s cupboard to a gritty boxing gym,” says Tanya Klich. Read her …

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BlackBook – January 2021

In Ken Scrudato’s article, Zoe states “The ethos of YoungArts is very dear to my heart. I was educated in the post Thatcher London state schools system, where creativity was rarely fostered or nurtured; so the idea of providing young artists with excellent mentorship and career-long guidance is such an important and essential one.” Read …

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British Vogue – March 2020

In her British Vogue article, Zoë Buckman says “They say grief is love. But they also say grief is a madness. It’s anger and injustice, the deepest agony and the most acute gratitude. It’s both unfair and inevitable. It’s fucked up and important and beautiful.”   Read more here.

PRESS RELEASE, What is, Isn’t at Alan Koppel Gallery

Alan Koppel Gallery September 18 – October 31, 2014 WHAT IS, ISN’T Curated by Megan Green and Anne Huntington Opening reception Friday, September 19, 6:00-9:00pm Alan Koppel Gallery is pleased to present What Is, Isn’t curated by Megan Green and Anne Huntington. What Is, Isn’t includes works by Zoë Buckman, Zoe Crosher, Brendan Fernandes, Katie …

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