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#209 Women

#209 Women

By Heroinic Stories

#209 Women is the brainchild of Hilary Wood and has been created to mark 100 years since some women achieved the right to vote. The entire contemporary art collection at the Palace of Westminster is being replaced with new photos of 209 women MPs, made exclusively by women photographers, for an exhibition that will be free and open to the public.

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Marysa Dowling

Marysa Dowling

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Marysa’s photographic practice is rooted within portraiture and concerned with human behaviour, identity, communication, exchange and interaction. Participation and collaborative possibilities are vital to her process.

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Alison Baskerville

Alison Baskerville

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Alison Baskerville is a British documentary photographer based in the UK. A recent fellow with the International Women’s Media Foundation and military veteran she has explored and produced work in Afghanistan, Gaza, Mali and Somaliland.

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First Women

First Women

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Anita Corbin has produced a collection of 100 portraits for her ‘First Women’ project. Capturing women in the UK who were the ‘first’ in their field of achievement and documenting this new generation of women who are changing the world of equality.

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The Silent Dialogue

The Silent Dialogue

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Elena Helfrecht was born in Germany and is based in London. In 2014 she graduated in Art History and Book Science at Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen and is enrolled in the Master’s Programme of Photography at the Royal College of Art from 2017 to 2019.

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Vanessa Filley Voices of Resistance

Vanessa Filley: Voices of Resistance

By Heroinic Stories

Since the founding of the United States voices of resistance have given rise to concerns and movements to improve the quality of life for a greater intersection of The People.  This series looks to the past to understand the struggles and gallant efforts and endurance of those who came before, to find inspiration in the work they did to lay the cornerstones of who we are today; to build a bridge of conversation between then and now in order to connect more deeply with those who were ignored and devalued in the past in order to imagine a more inclusive, brighter future for generations to come.

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Old Father Thames

Julia Fullerton-Batten: Old Father Thames

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Seeing Julia Fullerton-Batten’s work is like experiencing time come to a pause. Each of her images capture cinema’s scale and sweep, funnelled to a singular defining moment and given depth by an obsession with perfect detail. Her work conveys the intimate truth of its subject, its essence. None more so than in her latest project, Old Father Thames, in which the German artist became so engrossed that she joined a rowing club to feel closer to the river’s ebb and flow.

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