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Seven groundbreaking female photographers – in pictures

Hundred+ Heroines is the only UK charity dedicated to advancing public awareness of women in photography. Today the organisation is adding to its roster a further 50 inspiring women photographers, seven of whom we showcase here, whose work is assessed as pushing boundaries and breaking new ground

In 2018, to mark the centenary of the act that paved the way to universal suffrage in the UK, the Royal Photographic Society ran a campaign to identify outstanding female photographers from around the world. Nearly 5,000 were nominated, and a final 100 were selected. The independent charity Hundred+ Heroines was founded by Del Barrett, previously vice president of the RPS, to amplify their influence, and to seek to establish them as household names. The organisation is committed to challenging the under-representation of women in photography, and to encouraging a wider public interest in their work.

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