— Jim Casper
A new generation of female photographers is creating wide-ranging compelling work through portraiture, photojournalism, landscapes, art and architecture, fashion and even war photography in a milieu traditionally practiced by their male counterparts.
In the only Maoist village in China, the housing and electricity are free, the healthcare is provided—but underneath the harmonious, untroubled surface lies a deep uneasiness about the projected image of perfection.
Pieces are sewn together. Thread binds the content. Dye binds the colors. Past and present collide. Manipulated family photographs expose new truths in existing images—true feelings emerge from these jarring combinations.