Exhibition by three photographers, Arpita Shah, Maryam Wahid and Nilupa Yasmin presenting new work focused around portraiture, culture and female identity.

‘The complexity and diversity of modern women’ is the theme which runs through the work of the three talented female photographers contributing to this exhibition.

Arpita Shah, Maryam Wahid and Nilupa Yasmin have all created images about and in collaboration with their families and communities - both in the UK and Pakistan in order to present work focused around portraiture, culture and female identity.

Among the topics explored in their images are women’s contribution to the economy and society, the tradition of head covering or veiling, and open femininity and cultural identity. 

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