18 September — 23 November, 2014
American photographer Joyce Tenneson’s work is characterised by her search for her true self and an exploration of human archetypes. In the beginning of her career she focused on the self-portrait, but from the early 1980s she concentrated on photographing others. Beautiful and enigmatic, her work is never ingratiating or banal. Fotografiska presents a retrospective exhibition of one of the most intriguing and influential photographers in the United States.
"I’m attracted to people and I like people, but in my work it goes beyond that. I’m very attracted to discovering, to taking off veils or looking into the looking glass; all the devices that allow us to get to whatever that mysterious kernel is." - Joyce Tenneson
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