Forces of power have long-defined reductive expectations of how women’s bodies should present. Demeter’s debut photobook invites us to untether from these constraints
Mind & Body
In a project which the photographer began in 2015, his home in Amsterdam becomes the stage upon which to explore the possibilities of photography
For The Sake of Calmness takes Newsha Tavakolian’s experience of Premenstrual Syndrome as its starting point, developing into an abstract and experimental response to the syndrome that should resonate with every viewer
K Young’s surreal collages of contorted bodies explore social constructs of gender roles and identity
By splicing found imagery from magazines and books, the artist teases out new narratives and rephotographs the result.
Deanna Templeton captures the intricacies and emotional turmoil of adolescence in her latest monograph, What She Said.
Pairing extracts of pages from her personal diaries with portraits of young women in their teens, the American photographer paints a candid picture around the complexity of growing up.
Accompanied by her mother, aunt and cousin, the family create charming scenes of theatre and dance, imagining and interpreting their grandmother’s life and journey.
Due to ongoing illness, Robert Darch spent a majority of his twenties at home, surrounded and isolated by rural landscapes. In his new photobook Vale, the photographer reflects upon this time
Leese’s grainy portraits, made over Zoom during the global lockdown, coopt a genre conventionally serving the male gaze
An intimate series follows midwives and mothers through a surge in demand for home births