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Sitters of Dorothy Wilding

Dorothy Wilding would have many famous sitters throughout her career, from acclaimed theatre performers, movie stars, musicians, and royalty. All of whom have their own interesting and unique lives and careers. We want to delve into...

Head and shoulders portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, facing the viewer, her torso in left side profile. She wears a black taffeta evening dress with the South Africa Necklace that was a 21st birthday gift from the Government of the Union of South Africa. It was later shortened to fifteen large stones, as shown here, and the remaining diamonds made into a bracelet.

Dorothy Wilding – Gloucester Archive

Gloucester: On the first anniversary of the late Queen's death, we are launching the Dorothy Wilding Gloucester Archive with an installation that commemorates Dorothy's relationship with Queen Elizabeth II, curated by collector Sarah Grant....


PHOTOFAIRS New York, a new contemporary art fair dedicated to photo-based and digital artwork, runs from 8th – 10th September 2023....

Black and white photo of Helsinki in 1912. Wooden buildings stand in front of a larger expanse of buildings, constructed with bricks.

Signe Brander

Signe Brander (1869 - 1942) was a Swedish-Finnish photographer celebrated for documenting urban and cultural change in the city of Helsinki....

Black and white portrait photo of Nancy Newhall

Nancy Newhall

Nancy Wynne Newhall was an American photography writer and curator, and the co-founder of Aperture Magazine....

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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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