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In this selection of poetry from across poet and scholar Sanjukta Dasgupta’s published collections, the unheard, undesired and misunderstood voices of women, real and mythical, rise up with wit, verve and vengeance.
Read More “To Avantisundari & other poems by Sanjukta Dasgupta”
The National Gallery reveals its latest acquisition, Artemisia Gentileschi’s Self-portrait as Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Miriam Al Jamil reflects on its importance in Gentileschi’s oeuvre.
Read More “Artemisia Gentileschi Portrait revealed at the National Gallery, London”
Christy Wensley reflects on the representation of Medusa in literary and performative art after seeing Jasmin Vardimon’s latest piece, Medusa, at Sadler’s Wells.
Read More “The Monstrous Feminine: Reflections on the Moving Figure of Medusa in the work of Vardimon, Graham and Bausch.”