LIFE Magazine offered women photographers the opportunity to take control of their careers with sustainable wages and assignments documenting America after World War 2.
Photographer and volunteer writer Fanny Beckman crosses the Solent to learn more about one of the pioneering women in photography.
Volunteer writer Fanny Beckman travels to the home of Lee Miller (1907-1977) to discover how one fateful photograph changed the trajectory of her life and career.
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).
Florence Henri among other Historical Heroines on display in ‘Women in Abstraction’, at the Centre Pompidou, Paris. On view until August 23, 2021
A major retrospective of Heroine Jo Spence, From Fairytales to Phototherapy (18 June – 20 June 2021), is being exhibited at Arnolfini as part of Bristol Photo Festival.
For Transgender Day of Visibility, Becky Handley has featured five visual artists who are bringing trans and non-binary representation to the forefront