The great US artist Alice Neel lived and painted in uptown New York when it was almost exclusively black and Hispanic. As a show of portraits of her neighbours and friends comes to London, its curator, Hilton Als, discusses some of his favourite images
Nadežda Petrović / Надежда Петровић was a Serbian painter and one of the women war photography pioneers in the region. Considered Serbia's most famous impressionist and fauvist, she was the most important Serbian female painter🎨 of the period. Born in the town of Čačak, Petrović moved to Belgrade in her youth and attended the women's school of higher education there.