If you didn’t make it to Four Corners’s ANOTHER EYE exhibition, we have good news! They have moved the exhibition online, so you can uncover photos from 1933 taken by female refugees from the comfort of your sofa.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Four Corners are hosting the first-ever exhibition to showcase photography by women refugee photographers who were living in Britain from 1933.
ANOTHER EYE explores how fleeing anti-semitic and political persecution influenced these photographers’ work and how their images represent post-war Britain.
There will be original prints by photographers including Dorothy Bohm, Edith Tudor-Hart, Elsbeth Juda and Gerti Deutsch, as well as the opportunity to uncover lesser-known photographers.
Head over to their website to view the exhibition.