How Women Shaped Photography

And if names like Lola Álvarez Bravo, Lucia Moholy, Ilse Bing or Claude Cahun finally begin to circulate outside photography schools and associations, it is to be hoped that exhibition projects like these will allow them to emerge others, much less known. names, such as those of the photographers whom, alongside their better-known colleagues, the MET finally reveals to us, and which we would like to list here: Florestine Perrault Collins, Elizaveta Ignatovich, Niu Weiyu, Tsuneko Sasamoto, Homai Vyarawalla, Annemarie Heinrich, Alma Lavenson, Karimeh Abbud, Steffi Brandl, Trude Fleischmann, Annemarie Heinrich, Eiko Yamazawa, Madame Yevonde, Alice Brill, Rebecca Lepkoff, Geneviève Naylor, Tazue Satō Matsunaga, Valentina Kulagina, Toshiko Okanoue, Grete Stern, Marjorie Content, Eslanda Goode Robeson, Anna Riwkin, Lotte Jacobi, Jeanne Mandello, Germaine Krull, Lillian Bassman, Louise Dahl–Wolfe, Toni Frissell, Frances McLaughlin–Gill, Margaret Watkins, Caroline Whiting F ellows, Yva, Lucy Ashjian, Kati Horna, Hansel Mieth, Thérèse Bonney, Galina Sanko, Hou Bo, Anna Barna, Irene Bayer-Hecht, Consuelo Kanaga, Yevonde Cumbers Middleton, Madame d’Ora.

Tracey L. Sweeney