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Violence against women takes many forms. For the month of February, we have a special display at the Heroines Quarter showing how different artists have tackled this problem through their work....

Full Frontal Photomontage

A Dream Between Sleeping and Waking presents an eclectic new body of solo work and collaborations by the celebrated British artist known as Linder (born 1954, Liverpool)....

Knife Angel: Flash Fiction Friday

Flash Fiction Fridays are back for the month of February, to ring in the arrival of the Knife Angel in Gloucester, as part of its National Anti-Violence tour, and the Knife Rose at the Heroines Quarter....

Knife Angel: Young Creatives

For the month of February, in support of the Knife Angel’s month in Gloucester, as part of its National Anti-Violence tour, and the Knife Rose at the Heroines Quarter, we're running art activities in our Creative Canvas space. ...

Kashmir: The Making of a Family Album

The family photos from this series, symbolically remind us of the inevitability of the past, loss and death. The constructed images are replete with memories that can neither be touched nor altered, only re-lived in our imaginations on...

Kashmir: The Chandelier

Conceived as a decorative piece, this mushroom-shaped chandelier was made using over 3600 pages of legal correspondence between the courts, petitioners, and respondents in Kashmir. This piece draws parallels to the perfectly...

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Jessie Tarbox Beals

By Featured, HHBLog, Historical Heroines, HPBlog

Jessie Tarbox Beals (1870 –1942), Canadian-born American photographer and photojournalist, was the first published female photojournalist in the United States and the first female night photographer. She documented Greenwich Village and the major figures and events of New York from the Victorian era up to the Depression.

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