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Great Train Tapestry: The Story So Far

Phase I of the Great Train Tapestry’s creation has now reached its close and thanks to the creative guidance of Lisl Ponger, we continue our process with a solid foundation of ideas and an established vision for the project’s next steps!...

Zanele Muholi Exhibition Book

Since the early 2000s, visual activist Zanele Muholi has used photography to re-envision the realities of Black LGBTQIA+ lives in South Africa. Published in tandem with a Tate exhibition held in 2020, the Zanele Muholi Exhibition Book...

16 Days of Activism 2023

Throughout the 16 days of activism, we're posting about the work of women photographers who are highlighting violence against women in its many different forms.....

Commodity Cultures and Consumption

What resists commodification? Very little these days. Subcultures, alternative lifestyles and perhaps, most tellingly, varying types of ethical consumption, all fall foul of capitalism’s ability to co-opt alternatives into its mechanism....

Paris Photo 2023

Photo Exhibition - Hundred Heroines volunteer writer Emma Godfrey Pigott reflects on her experience of Paris Photo 2023, and discusses her highlights from the event....

We’re holding a Garage Sale!

Inspired by the work of Martha Rosler, our Garage Sale – as well as offering some great bargains – challenges the viewer to take a critical look at the second-hand market in the UK, particularly the pricing policy of charity shops as...

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When the World Paused III

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Covid-19 started in slow-mo, then hit us with a sudden jolt which immediately changed our lives and the way we lived them. And still it continues, attacking and spreading around the globe irrespective of political systems or social structures.

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Poetry Callout

By Featured, Front Page

Celebrating the brilliance of one female creating and publishing her work, we’re inviting word artists to write or speak a poem. The chosen poetry will be displayed or presented as part of our exhibition in October 2020 as part of the Kensington & Chelsea Arts Week.

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