During the 1930s, over 70,000 refugees came to Britain from Nazi-dominated Europe. Amongst them were a surprising number of women photographers.
Four Corners’ recent exhibition brought together work by 17 of these women: Inge Ader, Dorothy Bohm, Anneli Bunyard, Elisabeth Chat, Gerti Deutsch, Laelia Goehr, Lisel Haas, Heidi Heimann, Elsbeth Juda, Hella Katz, Erika Koch, Betti Mautner, Lotte Meitner-Graf, Lucia Moholy, Gerty Simon, Edith Tudor-Hart and Lore Lisbeth Waller.
Some have become established photographers, others remain relatively unknown. Their collective influence helped to transform British visual culture.
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