In March 2020, Marie Déhé moved to London with her partner and 15-month-old daughter. Despite the intimacy of her practice, Dehé had been yearning for the connections she made through art.
Dani Lessnau Employs The Female Gaze Through A Pinhole Camera Placed in Her Lady Parts
The female gaze is thriving in visual culture, with female photographers increasingly challenging the male-constructed vantages that have defined womanhood throughout history.
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Photographer Hannah Louis Wild shares her latest series Live Laugh Love — a captivating collection of awry and nostalgic images exploring childhood, friendship, aging, and the passage of time.