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In: Exile and Gender II: Politics, Education and the Arts
In: Exile and Gender II: Politics, Education and the Arts
Author: John March


The subject of women photographers in exile was introduced by this author in Yearbook 18 in which he examined a cohort of émigrées who came to Britain in the 1930s and who either continued their photographic careers here, or else commenced their professions after their arrival. This introductory text outlined initial research and wider cultural attention and pointed to the growing interest in these women photographers, which has given rise to a range of historical studies, biographies, new exhibitions, films and fictionalised treatments. This chapter expands the original premise, with a more detailed, extended and analytical account of this group comprising: Inge Ader (1918–2006), Erika Andersen (1914–1976). Alice Anson (1924–2016) Ellen Auerbach (1906–2004), Dorothy Bohm (b. 1924), Anneli Bunyard (1913–1949), Gerti Deutsch (1908–1979), Lisel Haas (1898–1989), Adelheid Heimann (1903–1993), Bertl Gaye (1901–1989), Elsbeth Juda (1911–2014), Erika Koch (1915–2010), Lore Krüger (1914–2009), Erna Mandowsky (1906–2003), Margarete Michaelis (1902–1985), Lotte Meitner-Graf (1899–1973), Lucia Moholy (1894–1989), Ursula Pariser (1917–2010), Gerty Simon (1887–1970), Grete Stern (1904–1999) and Edith Tudor-Hart (1908–1973).

In: Applied Arts in British Exile from 1933