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Let There Be Light

Ellen Carey displays innovative new work in Paris. One of the leading women in photography, Ellen is widely recognised for her innovative approach to creating images....

Photo London 2022 – Part 3

For our third round-up of festival highlights we’re putting the spotlight on the Discovery section of the fair, exploring an exhibition by the print curation platform hi~noon....

Heliotropo 37

Last chance to see Graciela Iturbide’s latest exhibition in Paris. Heliotropo 37, February 12-May 29, 2022. Fondation Cartier de l’art contemporain....

Photo London 2022 – Part 2

For our second round-up of festival highlights, we’re bringing you an overview of some of the Historical Heroines you won’t want to miss at this year’s fair....

Photo London 2022

Open to the public from 12th - 15th May, this year’s Photo London will bring together some of the most groundbreaking work in contemporary photography, as well as paying tribute to the pioneers of the past....

Elisabeth Buchmeyer Lewis

Born in 1935, Elisabeth was a prolific photographer. By the time of her death in 2018, she had created a vast collection of images with immense social, political, and aesthetic value....

Timelines: Jananne Al-Ani

One of the leading women in photography, Jananne Al-Ani is an Iraqi-born photographer and filmmaker living in London. Her latest work, Timelines, is currently being exhibited at Towner Eastbourne, alongside Bringing to Light - an...

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International Womens Day

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Artists like Lady Leshurr and Nadia Rose have both been a major part of the UK grime scene for years. But when it comes to chart success, they still haven’t matched male artists like Wiley or Stormzy. Women who work in grime – whether as MCs, DJs or producers – will be discussing their talents tonight as part of an event to mark International Women’s Day.

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