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Del Barrett

By | Featured

The waiting is over … on the centenary anniversary of women’s suffrage in the UK, the RPS is proud to present its Hundred Heroines.

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Violence Unseen

By | Noticeboard

Exhibition: Zero Tolerance. Working to end men’s violence against women. Photography exhibition at Stills, Cockburn Street, exploring forms of violence against women that are still misunderstood, hidden and unacknowledged by mainstream society.

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SheClicks

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A new group, called SheClicks, aims to create a comfortable, friendly learning environment for female photographers. The main focus is the Facebook group which can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sheclicksnet/

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Nancy Forde

By | Featured, Heroinic Stories

I’ve come to photography just as I’d come to motherhood: a bit later in life than I otherwise might have planned. When I picked up a camera for the first time in decades, I felt most comfortable exploring landscape. I was particularly drawn to farmlands I’d witnessed undergoing repeated cycles of implantation, fecundity and harvest while I looked on season after season with a mixture of envy and hope.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten FRPS

By | Featured, Heroinic Stories

Seeing Julia Fullerton-Batten’s work is like experiencing time come to a pause. Each of her images capture cinema’s scale and sweep, funnelled to a singular defining moment and given depth by an obsession with perfect detail. Her work conveys the intimate truth of its subject, its essence. None more so than in her latest project, Old Father Thames, in which the German artist became so engrossed that she joined a rowing club to feel closer to the river’s ebb and flow.

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