║ Luis Gonzalez Palma ║

© Luis Gonzalez Palma, Variation #3, from the series Hierarchies of Intimacy, 2007 © Luis Gonzalez Palma, Variation #8, from the series Hierarchies of Intimacy, 2007 “Intimate representations of a personal tragicomedy, people and objects that show psychological conflicts, fallen communications (or it can be lost/disappearing), desires subtlety materializing. Images that show situations that due…

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║ Molly Landreth ║

© Molly Landreth, Untitled, from the series Embodiment: a portrait of queer life in America, 2007 © Molly Landreth, Untitled, from the series Embodiment: a portrait of queer life in America, 2007 “This series of photographs is an archive and a journey through a rapidly changing community and the lives of people who bravely offer…

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║ Ahndraya Parlato ║

© Ahndraya Parlato, Untitled, from the series Inscape, 2003-2008 © Ahndraya Parlato, Untitled, from the series Inscape, 2003-2008 “I am interested in how we structure our personal worlds, in how we imbue them with a sense of direction, purpose, and security when, in fact, we can actually control very few things. The idea that we’re…

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║ Hannah Wilke ║

All reproductions of Hannah Wilke’s work were removed due to copyrights issues. Here’s the link to her virtual home. “The motif of symbolic woundedness, as tied to the social experience of femininity, prefigured Wilke’s development of physical illness, a lymphoma diagnosed in 1987 and around which the Intra-Venus series was articulated. While Wilke’s work from…

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║ Kent Klich ║

© Kent Klich, Untitled, from the series Picture Imperfect © Kent Klich, Untitled, from the series Picture Imperfect © Kent Klich, Untitled, from the series Picture Imperfect “In family albums we often see parents and children, brothers and sisters, husbands and wifes, aspiring to look their best in the photographs. They will often respond to…

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║ Polixeni Papapetrou ║

© Polixeni Papapetrou, Dreams are like water, from the series Games of Consequence, 2008 © Polixeni Papapetrou, Ravenswood, from the series Games of Consequence, 2008 (…) “Papapetrou’s fastidiously detailed mise-en-scène fuses landscape and portraiture with ease. Her formal control flexes the camera’s hold on the unsettling tropes of youth. Costumes, props and carefully scouted locations…

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║ Carina Linge ║

© Carina Linge, Acedia, from the series Einsamer Eros, 2008 © Carina Linge, im haus meines vaters gibt es viele wohnungen, from the series Amor et Psyche, 2007 © Carina Linge, erkenntnis, from the series Amor et Psyche, 2007 To see more of Carina’s work click here

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║ Daniel Schumann ║

© Daniel Shumann, Hildegard Köhler, 7th August 2006, from the series Purple Brown Grey White Black / Living While Dying © Daniel Shumann, Ulrike H. , 19th December 2006, from the series Purple Brown Grey White Black / Living While Dying © Daniel Shumann, Horst Kloeters,30th August 2006, from the series Purple Brown Grey White…

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║ Katarina Radovic ║

© Katarina Radovic, Untitled #7, from the series Women, 2004/05 © Katarina Radovic, Untitled #17, from the series Women, 2004/05 “In this series of (self-) portraits I am presenting imaginary types of women that I find attractive, according to a somewhat twisted taste. These fictive female characters are parodies of the values imposed by society…

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║ Nadja Bournonville ║

© Nadja Bournonville, Untitled #3, from the series Amor Omnia Vincit © Nadja Bournonville, Untitled #20, from the series Amor Omnia Vincit © Nadja Bournonville, Untitled #19, from the series Amor Omnia Vincit © Nadja Bournonville, Untitled #15, from the series Amor Omnia Vincit “The study of personality presents many beautiful ambiguities as it opens…

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║ Inbal Sivan ║

© Inbal Sivan, Baroque, 2003 © Inbal Sivan, Nude, 2007 “Inbal Sivan’s images borrow heavily from traditions in art history, including aspects of the “male gaze.” It entails inactive women looking at some vague point off-camera suggesting that they are not engaged with their audience (or with anything) but rather have appeared, conveniently, to be…

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║ Clark & Pougnaud ║

© Clark & Pougnaud, Virginie, from the series Tribute to Edward Hopper, 2000 “We were fascinated by the composition, the lighting and the settings of Edward Hopper’s paintings. We were not aiming to reproduce his paintings by rather to let ourselves be inspired by them. We approached this reverently to avoid disturbing the apparent order.…

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