Virtual Galleries

Dorothy Wilding Anna Fox Berenice Abbott Cabinet of Remedies Ellen Carey Edith Tudor-Hart Esther Bubley Fanny Foster Gerti Deutsch Homai Vyarawalla Hannah Reyes-Morales Lola Flash Margaret Courtney-Clarke María Magdalena Campos-Pons Nancy Sheung Paola Paredes Ruth Orkin Struck by Light Tessa Traeger Zanele Muholi

Wander around our online exhibitions

We aim to make great art more easily available to everyone; with our online exhibitions we have had the honour of hosting world class images to further the reach of these inspiring artists.

Dorothy Wilding

Born in Longford in 1893, Dorothy Wilding left Gloucester for the bright lights of London, where she established her own studio by the age of 21. This virtual exhibition features iconic portraits of some of Dorothy’s famous sitters, including Tallulah Bankhead, Cecil Beaton, Claire Bloom, John Gielgud, Harry Belafonte and Anna Mae Wong.

Silent Protest

As part Photo Gloucester Festival, Hundred Heroines is proud to present Silent Protest, a bold collection of work by nine volunteers from our 2022 Bootcamp

Women on Women

As part Photo Oxford Festival, Hundred Heroines is proud to present Women on Women: Relationships, Identity and Power – Explored Through Photography, a bold collection of work by six contemporary photographers

Ruth Orkin: Inner Child

When looking through Ruth Orkin’s vast collection of images, the one theme that seemed to tie each series together was the sense of wonder.

Tessa Traeger

As part of the Kensington & Chelsea Festival, we’re celebrating the international year of fruit and vegetables with Tessa Traeger.

Today is Hard

Heroine Paola Paredes documents her mental health following a positive Covid result.


Empathising with anachronistic feelings, Anemoia: Nostalgia for a Time I Never Knew celebrates the work of seven pioneering women photographers who were well ahead of their time.

Struck By Light

In an open call, Ellen Carey asked ‘What is a 21st century photograph?’ and ‘What does a 21st century photograph look like?’

Cabinet of Remedies

In 2019, we asked Heroines to create images for our Cabinet of Remedies: Art helps us connect with our inner world and unique needs.