LaToya Ruby Frazier’s The Last Cruze documents the industry collapse of a town in Lordstown, Ohio, on view at CAAM, California until March 20, 2022.
‘Seabound’ is the latest monograph from women photographer Elina Brotherus, inspired by the Norwegian coast and 19th century painters.
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.
Enez Nathié Reviews Poulomi Basu’s book Centralia, which has been shortlisted for the upcoming 2021 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize.
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.
For Contemporary Heroine Laura El-Tantawy, disorder and chaos can represent a means of unlocking a deeper understanding of the self
Hundred Heroines reviews Art For The Ladylike: An Autobiography through Other Lives. In Art For The Ladylike (2021), Whitney Otto merges biography and memoir to generate a poetic and contemplative account of the women artists who have influenced her. Whitney has written five other books, including The New York Times best-seller How to Make an American Quilt (1991).