Contemporary Heroine Polly Braden shines a light on single parent families in new exhibition, at Museum of the Home until August 29.
A thought provoking exhibition highlighting work by women in photography, specifically the award winning artist Ingrid Pollard and curator Freya Monk-McGowan, No Cover Up is on display at Glasgow Woman’s Historical Library from Friday 28th May to Friday 23rd July 2021.
I was born in the summer of 1999, in an unremarkable August of an unremarkable year. Hanging over 1999 was the promise of the new millennium – but first, the glitch.
Heather Agyepong discusses igniting new conversations around Bristol’s art collections for Bristol Photo Festival 2021, on display until October 10.
Heroine Ute Mahler joins Käthe Buchler and Julia Margaret Cameron in group photography exhibition in Germany, on view until August 22.
Florence Henri among other Historical Heroines on display in ‘Women in Abstraction’, at the Centre Pompidou, Paris. On view until August 23, 2021
The Barbican presents Claudia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle, a bold, mesmerising exhibition which highlights the outstanding photographic and humanitarian work of Brazilian artist and activist Claudia Andujar, whose dedication has aided in the protection of one of Brazil’s largest indigenous groups
Contemporary Heroine Ingrid Pollard’s new exhibition No Cover Up is part of the Glasgow International Festival of Arts 2021, on display at Glasgow Women’s Library until July 23.