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Anita Corbin: First Women UK

20 July 2018 to 22 August 2018 | 12pm – 5pm

Battersea

Free

Royal College of Art Photography alumna Anita Corbin's First Women UK was created to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which granted the vote to women over 30-years old and paved the way for universal suffrage.

Anita will unveil her empowering 10-year project documenting 100 pioneering women of the 21st century. First Women UK trains its lens on ‘ordinary women achieving extraordinary things’ in a variety of disciplines, including sport, media, the military, faith, business, arts, music and politics.

First Women UK will be a visually arresting and immersive exhibition, featuring portraits from celebrities and famous personalities from across the decades including explorer Felicity Aston, First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, business leader Dame Inga Beale, chef Clare Smyth and Olympic gold medal-winner, Nicola Adams.

The exhibition opens to the public for five weeks on 20 July – 22 August 2018. It is open from noon – 5pm everyday including weekends.

For more info please visit:  www.1stwomenuk.co.uk


This event takes place at the Dyson Gallery. For more information, please contact anita@1stwomenuk.co.uk or contact the team via the website.