Unknown Tsuneko Sasamoto, Tokyo, 1940. Inkjet print, 2020, 18.2 cm x 18.2 cm (7 3/16 in. x 7 3/16 in.). Tsuneko Sasamoto / Japan Professional Photographers Society / The Met

Welcome to Women’s History Month, it’s that time of year where we look back on all the courageous women who have sacrificed and stood up for their rights and for the progress of women’s rights as a whole. Today March 8th, marks International Women’s Day as recognition of the global fight for gender equality, pay equity, and the liberation of women. 

Besides indulging in women’s history documentaries, watching Zoom panels and donating to Planned Parenthood, this is the time to dig in and find your next favorite women artists. What better way to celebrate feminism than with the female gaze in photography? There are two whopper retrospectives to look forward to, one at the High Museum in

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Fashion photography enthusiasts and art book collectors, this one is for you. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Italian fashion designer and the current creative director at Dior, has released a photography book titled Her Dior: Maria Grazia Chiuri’s New Voice. 

The anthology book features 33 women photographers who have collaborated with Chiuri since she took over the helm of Dior in 2016. Her Dior aims to celebrate art and photography through the lens of the female gaze, “an ode to self-affirmation and to the beauty of cultures and couture — like so many banners of freedom,” according to a press release from Dior. 

BOOK: HER DIOR, MARIA GRAZIA CHIURI’S NEW VOICE

A perfect addition to any coffee table, the book is bound with a black ribbon that features the words “HER DIOR” printed repeatedly – a motif visually reminiscent of the maison’s J’Adior ribbon back

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Digital Artwork Photography menggunakan Facebook. Archivists and historians have seen the transitory nature of digital media. In contrast to film and print, which are tangible and immediately accessible to a person, digital picture storage is ever-altering, with old media and decoding software turning into out of date or inaccessible by new technologies. Historians are concerned that we’re creating a historic void where info and details about an period would have been misplaced inside both failed or inaccessible digital media. They suggest that skilled and amateur users develop methods for digital preservation by migrating stored digital photographs from previous applied sciences to new. forty one Scrapbookers who could have used movie for creating inventive and private memoirs may need to modify their method to digital photograph books to personalize them and retain the particular qualities of traditional photo albums.

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Photographer Tara Wray wanted to capture 2020, the year that had everyone on their toes, in her own way. So she created Year of the Beast — a book that acts as her own diary and captures moments of joy, family and home.

For Wray, as for many of us, this past year was “intensely difficult,” she says. “But it also made me look at the world in new ways, which is what I tried to capture. I hope that people will see themselves, or their families or loved ones in these pictures.”

Her book is being published by Too Tired Press, a company started by Wray and her partner Kelly Burgess. Their aim is to support artists in getting their work out to the world without having to shell out thousands of dollars.

What does family mean to you?

My kids, my husband, our dog, our home, and

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