Posts in "photography"
A Review of Tamara Dean: Endangered at Martin Browne Contemporary, Sydney

Endangered is the newest instalment of Australian photographer Tamara Dean’s Endangered Series which she began with great success in 2018; a deeply moving and provocative collection of images (of pure pigment print on cotton rag paper) designed to reframe how we see ourselves as human beings.

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A Review of Tracey Emin: A Fortnight of Tears at White Cube, London

White Cube is showing a ‘Fortnight of Tears’ by Tracey Emin – showing sculpture, neon, film, photography and drawings focusing on the artist’s trauma. A radical departure from previous shows, it deals with the artist’s womanhood, sex, loss, bereavement and renewal through a range of newly developed mediums.

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A Review of Diane Arbus: In the Beginning at Hayward Gallery, London

With some of the most recognisable photographs in existence, Diane Arbus (1923–1971), made her mark in New York and the art world forever with her singular method of portraiture. The latest show to honour her work was organised by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and adapted for Hayward Gallery.

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