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Jennifer Higgie

A new film by Josh Appignanesi shot entirely on VHS, creates a portrait of novelist Chloe Aridjis and surrealist Leonora Carrington

By Jennifer Higgie
Mary Cassatt, In the Lodge, 1878, oil on canvas, 81 x 66 cm. Courtesy: Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris

The myriad achievements of women artists, writers, curators, patrons and art historians

By Jennifer Higgie

This edition of the nomadic biennial has Palermo's Orto Botanico at its heart, exploring ideas of growth, cross-pollination, and hope

By Jennifer Higgie
Photo: Tom Jamieson

‘A response to the hard fact that women are still under-represented in every part of the art world’, says Jo Stella-Sawicka

In this era of rapid change, an introduction to some of the artists responding to the here and now

By Jennifer Higgie

With her retrospective at Manchester Art Gallery, the artist and curator talks censorship, stereotypes and dismantling power in the age of #met

By Jennifer Higgie

Two brilliant shows at mumok and Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Vienna, revive the late artist’s surreal visions

By Jennifer Higgie

Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film is both gorgeous and troubling in equal measure

By Jennifer Higgie

Why her impact on art history is inestimable

By Jennifer Higgie

Nearly three hours long and containing only two jokes, with this film somehow you don’t mind

By Jennifer Higgie