Female View: Women Fashion Photographers from Modernity to the Digital Age
A century of women in fashion photography. Although the medium of photography has been shaped by women for decades, most photo publications and exhibitions have focused primarily on the male gaze of the female body. Throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, countless female photographers have worked for influential magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, shaping the style of their time. This book traces the transformation of the photographic image from the 1930s to the present day: from the fashion magazine to the showroom and the coffee-table book to videos and digital self-staging in social media today. Photographers include: Lillian Bassman, Sibylle Bergemann, Louise Dahl-Wolfe, Corinne Day, Madame d'Ora, Ingeborg Hoppe, Nadine Ijewere, Ute Mahler, Charlotte March, Sarah Moon, Amber Pinkerton, Elizaveta Porodina, Regina Relang, Bettina Rheims, Alice Springs (June Newton), Deborah Turbeville, Ellen von Unwerth and Yva, among others.
Size: 7"W 9.5"H