Jazmin Donaldson

Buenos Aires-born, London-based artist Jazmin Donaldson explores storytelling within painting. Key influences include the richly-textured world of fairy tales and myths – she re-purposes known motifs to tell contemporary stories. The artist is particularly interested in women’s role in society – how we perceive it, how it changes over time and what feminism and the patriarchy mean today.

In 2019 Donaldson received an MFA in Painting from the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL where she was a winner of the Sir Andrew Taylor Prize.