In the first decades of the twentieth century, high-end portrait photography was dominated by women such as Anni Schulz (1897-1943) and Marianne Bergler (Blumberger) (1897-1980), Trude Neumann Geiringer (1890 – 1981) and Dora Horovitz (1894 – 1959).
The uplifting exhibition, Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors, features women photographers at IWM London, on view until January 2022.
As her new solo exhibition, Hall of Mirrors, opens at Maureen Paley in London, Sarah got together with Hundred Heroines to discuss her latest work and the nature of photography itself.
August 9 is Book Lovers Day 2021, to celebrate the wonderful world of storytelling the Hundred Heroines team are sharing the books they’re currently reading.
Summer in the City highlights the work of the gallery’s thirty resident artists, among them many groundbreaking women photographers, on view until Aug 14.
Seven contemporary photographers, including Heroine Gohar Dashti, are on display in Blue, at Ingrid Deuss Gallery, Antwerp until September 4.