Imogen CUNNINGHAM<br/>
<em>My mother peeling apples</em> 1910; (1979) {printed} <!-- (image only) --><br />

gelatin silver photograph<br />
23.8 x 18.4 cm (image and sheet)<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Purchased, 1979<br />
PH117-1979<br />
© 2023 Imogen Cunningham Trust /

Here Comes the New Woman! Women Photographers in the Twentieth Century: New Ways of Seeing

Find out about how the radical and completely new medium of photography turned ideas of social documentation and art upside down, and the women at the forefront of photography in the early twentieth century. This week’s episode looks at new ways of seeing through the lenses of Berenice Abbott, Imogen Cunningham, Hedda Morrison, Olive Cotton and Ruth Hollick.

Maggie Finch, Curator, Photography, NGV

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