One in Three Women The United Nations (UN) defines violence against women as any act that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual, or mental harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, [...]
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One Hundred Years Over the course of three years, from 2018 to 2021, portrait photographer and Hackney resident Jenny Lewis documented a century of life in the form of 100 tender portraits, her subjects ranging from [...]
The Lie of the Land The Lie of the Land explores the social history of the land, narrating a story of gender and class that has long been forgotten, or never told. Over the past [...]
The Blindest Man In 1993 an author buried a golden sculpture— the Chouette d’Or (Golden Owl)—and released a book with eleven allusive clues as to its whereabouts somewhere in France. Nearly 30 years later, [...]
Styx In classical Greek mythology, Styx is a water goddess; an Oceanid, a deity and a river that forms the boundary between Earth and the Afterworld. She is the daughter of Darkness and the Night, and [...]
SORRY I GAVE BIRTH I DISAPPEARED BUT NOW I'M BACK For a very long time motherhood was considered somewhat taboo in the art world. As long as I can remember, female role models I admired openly talked about their choice of [...]
La Puente Charlotte Schmitz first heard of La Puente, one of the largest brothels in Southern Ecuador while living in Machala as an 18-year-old exchange student. The brothel was stuck in [...]
Shame Less Shame Less is a documentary investigation of the matrix surrounding violence against women in Egypt. It aims at untangling the various factors and settings connected to gender-based violence: workplaces, homes, religion, [...]
Zaibunnisa “I am completely different now. I lived in Pakistan between 1962-1982, I feel I can’t live there anymore because the atmosphere of the place and people have changed so much. [...]
Three Colours I Know in This World The starting point of Bede Kincső's work is, on one hand, the ever-present and eternal dilemma: how can generations with different historical experiences live together and collaborate within the family and communities, in [...]