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Latest Stories

Lyra McKee remembered at her funeral
Visible Women

Art becomes activism with a mural dedicated to murdered journalist Lyra McKee

Artists have dedicated a wall piece to Lyra in Belfast

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

The brilliant reason so many women are sharing banana selfies on Instagram

#Bananaselfie

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Hollie Richardson
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Dorothea Tanning
Visible Women

The dark, intriguing legacy of surrealist artist Dorothea Tanning

Dorothea Tanning’s work explores womanhood and imaginary worlds, but only now is it getting the recognition it deserves.

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Hannah Keegan
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A woman stands at a train station in Sweden
Life

Sweden’s job of dreams will pay you to do nothing all day

Rock up at a train station and rake in £1,750 a month

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Anna Brech
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Get free tickets to a private gallery view of Dorothea Tanning at Tate Modern

Explore the talents of this surrealist art icon

Get tickets: Dorothea Tanning exhibition at Tate Modern
Life

This Dorothea Tanning exhibit honours the genius of an overlooked modern artist

And Stylist readers can get two-for-one tickets to the show at the Tate Modern.

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Anna Fielding
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types of vaginas
Long Reads

It’s 2019. Isn’t it about time we got comfortable with our vaginas?

44% of British women can’t identify a vagina and 60% can’t label a vulva. Let's change that.

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Rebecca Schiller
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Clemmie’s gallery wall in her home office
Life

How to buy affordable art prints for your home

We asked three print-obsessives for their top tips.

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Alix Walker
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Visible Women

Meet the feminist artist who carves Daily Mail headlines into marble

Sarah Maple is brilliantly funny, fiercely political – and unashamedly hooked on the Kardashians.

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Moya Crockett
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Life

Loved Just Kids? Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe’s story is being turned into a film

Matt Smith stars as the celebrated photographer in this new movie about his life

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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People

A collection of Sylvia Pankhurst paintings has been bought by the Tate

The pictures show women working in mills and potteries

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Emily Reynolds
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Susan Devaney
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Why these incredible feminist murals are appearing across London

From Malala Yousafzai to Gloria Steinem

Travel

Why the Loire Valley is the go-to destination for cultured travellers

If it's good enough for the monarchy...

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Long Reads

Why this Scottish exhibition about sexual assault is so vitally important

“I wanted to create something that gave power back to a woman”

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Salma Haidrani
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Fashion

The fashion illustrator who captures all our life struggles

"Illustrating is more of an escape, I get lost in the world of drawing"

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Anna Brech
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Life

Why the art world is finally waking up to the power of female craft skills

Exhibitions celebrating women textile artists are on the rise – and it’s about time

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Lizzie Pook
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Visible Women

This pre-Raphaelite muse was Britain’s most visible Victorian woman of colour

Remembering Fanny Eaton, the Jamaica-born icon held up as an example of perfect beauty.

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Anna-Marie Crowhurst
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Win tickets to a private Anni Albers viewing at Tate Modern

Visit the gallery after hours for a special event

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Tate Modern
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Made By Girls: “Why adults need to stop stifling girls’ creativity”

12-year-old Joely argues that teenagers should be given the same artistic freedom as children

Life

Frida Kahlo fans, a special Day of the Dead event is coming to the V&A

And the exhibition has been extended by two weeks, too.

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Susan Devaney
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