While completing her BA in Visual and Critical Studies at the New York School of Visual Arts, British artist Alba Hodsoll began working with curator Antonia Marsh at Girls Only - an ongoing international residency and exhibition program that supports young female artists. Following her Girls Only residency at their NYC space, Hodsoll exhibited her Blue Line drawings in Old Street Underground Station at the London outpost of Girls Only in 2014. That December, Hodsoll’s work appeared at an extensive showcase of emerging contemporary artists at The Winter Salon in London. Alba has since continued to work with Marsh and Girls Only, exhibiting her Bleed series in the exhibition Pistil! Pistol! (2015) at Celestine Eleven in Shoreditch, alongside Kelsey Bennett and Kirsty Buchanan. In December 2015, Hodsoll’s Red Lines inhabited the closet space at the immersive Send More Nudes hotel room exhibition at the Standard Spa on the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach. Late 2015 also saw Hodsoll erect her thesis exhibition Thank Heaven for Little Boys, which was shortly followed by her graduate show in May 2016, The “I Can’t” Women. In October 2016, Hodsoll exhibited forty ink drawings in her first solo exhibition, Life Lines, at Alex Eagle Studio in London. February 2017 saw her second solo exhibition, PoV at Cob Gallery in London, curated again by Marsh alongside jewellery designer Dominic Jones where a representative relationship has since begun. After showing a selection of leather works at Marie Madec’s Sans Titre in Paris, most recently, Hodsoll created and exhibited four “glory hole” pieces, a commission for Drawing A Blank, an annual show curated by Ben Broome, that occupies a disused car-park in Peckham, London.