Is there such a thing as a feminine gaze? How can such a seemingly neutral medium as photography address the incredibly nuanced complexities of gender portrayal? Spanning the Victorian, modern and postmodern eras, the works of Julia Margaret Cameron, Florence Henri and Francesca Woodmanprovide answers to these questions. This book provides a fascinating potted history of the depiction of women by women, across three epochs. Published by Silvana Editoriale (Milan).
144 pages, 20 x 25 cm, softcover Silvana Editoriale (Milan).