Ladies’ Knight: A Female Perspective on Chess

Two of Purling London’s Art Chess by Daniela Raytchev and Crystal Fischetti are currently being exhibited at The World Chess Hall of Fame, Saint Louis. “Ladies’ Knight” is a special exhibition curated by Shannon Bailey which explores chess from the perspective of female artists and which includes exhibits by Yoko Ono, Sophie Mattisse, Rachel Whiteread and Barbara Kruger as well as Purling London artists in collaboration with Debut Contemporary. For more information about Ladies Knight, please visit The World Chess Hall of Fame.

Photography by Austin Fuller

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