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Jennifer Higgie

Jennifer Higgie is a writer who lives in London. Her book The Mirror and the Palette – Rebellion, Revolution and Resilience: 500 Years of Women’s Self-Portraits is published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, and she is currently working on another – about women, art and the spirit world. 

Mark Cousins’s ‘Women Make Film’ celebrates 130 years of cinema by 183 female directors 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 30 JUN 20

Curator Brook Andrew’s proposal that creativity is an important means of truth-telling is a bolt of much-needed optimism

BY Jennifer Higgie | 27 MAY 20

Despite being full of great work, this show is at once too broad in its remit and too narrow in its execution

BY Jennifer Higgie | 06 MAY 20

For a new series of columns on armchair travelling, editor at large Jennifer Higgie travels the myriad digital alleys of the French capital

BY Jennifer Higgie | 30 APR 20

Within the chaos murmurs an incoherent hope in this ambitious – and at times baffling – exhibition

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 MAR 20

What we were looking at (and what we missed) in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of frieze

BY Jennifer Higgie | 01 JAN 20

A new series about significant women artists from the past who deserve our attention

BY Jennifer Higgie | 04 NOV 19

Some thoughts on transience, in art and life

BY Jennifer Higgie | 26 SEP 19

Should art explain, solve or soothe? In ‘The Seventh Continent’, answers are thin on the ground

BY Jennifer Higgie | 19 SEP 19

‘We are being poisoned because we have been severed from who we are’

BY Jennifer Higgie | 19 AUG 19

Jennifer Higgie spoke to the filmmaker about his latest project, which ‘places human existence at the heart of a conflict that has rendered its people invisible’ 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 JUL 19

In Ralph Rugoff’s exhibition ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’, disorientation is the order of the day

BY Jennifer Higgie | 09 MAY 19

Josef Albers’s photographs of a Valentine’s Day Ball

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 APR 19