Life Between Islands
Caribbean-British Art comes to Tate Britain
Heroines Liz Johnson Artur, Joy Gregory, Roshini Kempadoo, Marcia Michael and Ingrid Pollard are featured in new exhibition, Life Between Islands, at Tate Britain until April 3, 2022
The life and career of
Hundred Heroines’s Fanny Beckman revisits photographer Marilyn Stafford to discuss her decades spanning career
Light Lines: The Architectural Photographs of
Swiss-French architectural photographer Hélène Binet is featured in a solo show at Royal Academy of Arts, London until Jan 23, 2022
German photographer (1912–2000)
Born into an avant-garde family as the niece of Dadaist Hugo Ball, Marta Hoepffner studied modernist painting, graphics, and photography at the Frankfurt Art School from 1929 to 1933 under German abstract artist Willi Baumeister.
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Dive into the world of our Heroines by watching or listening them discuss their craft. Over the past year we have had the pleasure of sitting down with leading women in photography; whether that’s on The VOICES Podcast or in front of the public in our many panels and discussions. Look and listen out for more coming in the future …
Celebrating Women in Photography Today – Together
Bootcamp22: Photography & Protest
Returning in January 2022, register to our two week programme of workshops, community discussions and creative tasks. Focussing on how Heroines use visual art as a medium for political expression.
Hundred Heroines HQ has moved to Gloucester and to celebrate, we want to enlist your help to create a photographic archive for the future, an archive that showcases Gloucester in the 2020s.
Women in STEAM: Photographer Talk
As part of EXPOSURE 2022, we welcome Mónica Alcázar Duarte & Wendy McMurdo to discuss how they document and utilise science and technology within their practices. Register for free today!
Better than Netflix: An overdue voyage of discovery for any art photography aficionado. (ArtMag, Deutsche Bank)
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