About Women: Photographs by Dorothy Bohm at Burgh House

Hampstead Art Exhibition on Heath Street (1971) Dorothy Bohm © Dorothy Bohm

For over seven decades, Dorothy Bohm recorded the changing lives of women across the globe in her intimate, candid photographs. This centenary exhibition is the first to focus on Bohm’s warm, wry, and powerful depictions of womanhood.

Bohm came to the UK in 1939 as a child refugee escaping Nazism. She settled in Hampstead in the late 1950s, which remained her home for the rest of her life.

In collaboration with Dorothy’s daughter, art historian Monica Bohm-Duchen.

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