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As part of our overall mission of promoting women in photography, we review current and upcoming exhibitions from other galleries and festivals from around the world.

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Photo London 2022 – Part 3

For our third round-up of festival highlights we’re putting the spotlight on the Discovery section of the fair, exploring an exhibition by the print curation platform hi~noon....

Heliotropo 37

Last chance to see Graciela Iturbide’s latest exhibition in Paris. Heliotropo 37, February 12-May 29, 2022. Fondation Cartier de l’art contemporain....

Photo London 2022 – Part 2

For our second round-up of festival highlights, we’re bringing you an overview of some of the Historical Heroines you won’t want to miss at this year’s fair....

Photo London 2022

Open to the public from 12th - 15th May, this year’s Photo London will bring together some of the most groundbreaking work in contemporary photography, as well as paying tribute to the pioneers of the past....

Jiangbeizui Central Business District, Chongqing, China, 2017 (14). From Forest series (2010-2017). ©Yan Wang Preston.

Contested Landscapes

From Where I Stand (From my point of view), the third Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie, explores how photography draws connections between art, journalism, and activism....

Poulomi Basu – Fireflies

In her latest project Fireflies, exhibited at the Autograph gallery in London, Indian artist Poulomi Basu boldly speaks about the topic she knows well - from her previous work, and her own experience - the repercussions of patriarchy....

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