Carol Rama is an artist whose work is difficult to classify, who questions her female condition and has developed a very personal language. Her work combines sensuality, fetishism and pleasure with pain, fear, anxiety and anger – all very marked by the memory of her personal and family circumstances. As she wrote in 1996, ‘I paint by instinct and I paint out of passion and anger and violence and sadness and a certain fetishism and out of joy and melancholy all at the same time, and out of anger especially.' This exhibition aims to bring a lesser-known work to light and relate it to that of other women artists. A catalog will also be published to coincide with the exhibition.