Women Exile Photographers
27 February - 2 May
Four Corners Gallery, London
This exhibition brings together work by Dorothy Bohm, Gerti Deutsch and Lotte Meitner-Graf alongside lesser-known women photographers who came to Britain as refugees in the 1930s.
Showcasing portraiture, photo-stories and East End street photography, the exhibition will reflect upon these artists’ representations of ‘Britishness’, considering how their experience as female outsiders shaped their images.
Alongside, we’re collaborating with Fast Forward: Women in Photography on a series of public talks exploring the work of contemporary women photographers from migrant/displaced backgrounds.
Launch Thursday 27 February, 6.00pm
Opening times: Tuesdays-Saturdays, 11am-6pm, Thursdays 11am-8pm.