Artist Statement: For Lady JDay, commitment is both a necessity and a way of working. This can be seen in her paintings where women’s rights are advocated. Whether these women are strong or the victims of violence and oppression, Lady JDay stands up for them. Portraying women is for her an approach and a governing principle.
  • 2018

We Can Do It


Lady JDay

Lady Jday is a committed artist who contributes through her painting and performances in Street Art to the recognition of women and their multiple talents. Her colorful and lively work, with expressive features, testifies to her ability to feel and relay their emotions. Lady Jday is in line with the Guerilla Girls, which promotes the place of women and people of color in the arts, and she’s inspired by artists of Street Art and its encounters and travels. As a young French artist, Lady Jday has been exhibited several times in Paris, Miami, New York, and has participated in international street art performances in Dubai, London and San Francisco. In November 2015 she was awarded the international competition #womenclimatejustice, awarded in New York as part of COP 21.

Public Location

Tompkins Square Park (June 4 - 24, 2018)

Permanent Home

A New York City Public School (Delivered Fall 2018)

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