‘she dances on Jackson’ // Vanessa Winship, 2013.

These photographs were made during a period of intense grieving. Trauma has therefore served to produce some meaningful intimacy between strangers and the photographer. Winship’s work communicates awkwardness, sadness and emotion. The series is contemplative, informative and provoking. She combines jarring landscape imagery with well executed portraiture, following in the footsteps of other Great American photographers (Lee Friedlander, Walker Evans, Stephen Shore). Race is “included … Continue reading ‘she dances on Jackson’ // Vanessa Winship, 2013.

Jitka Hanzlová.

Photograph courtesy of Jitka Hanzlová // ‘Brixton’, 2002. // In her photographs, Hanzlová explores and deals with a number of things. She captures and documents individuals, their surroundings and the landscape in which they exist. The work is never subjected to editing after making the exposure. She is able to convey objectivity and sensitivity through her project work, which always appears refined and well considered. … Continue reading Jitka Hanzlová.