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The New Woman Behind the Camera The Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met)

Jun 29, 2021 — Oct 3, 2021

The New Woman Behind the Camera is dedicated to pioneering women in photography between 1920 and 1950. The exhibition features over 120 female innovators from 20 countries, and covers a broad range of genres, from street photography to portraiture, fashion, and photojournalism.

The first of its kind to take such an international focus, the exhibit serves as a reanalysis of...

The New Woman Behind the Camera is dedicated to pioneering women in photography between 1920 and 1950. The exhibition features over 120 female innovators from 20 countries, and covers a broad range of genres, from street photography to portraiture, fashion, and photojournalism.

The first of its kind to take such an international focus, the exhibit serves as a reanalysis of the history of photography, providing a more inclusive evaluation of the craft and its evolution. Photographers include Dorothea Lange, Berenice Abbott, Niu Weiyu, Tsuneko Sasamoto, and many more.

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