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Under Brooklyn bridge for #Metoo

Seven female photographers in a tough macho industry comment The Metoo debate by encouraging dialogue.

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Anush Babajanyan, Jessica Dimmock, Linda Bournane Engelberth, Ilvy Njiokiktjien, Nicole Sobecki, Maggie Steber and Sara Terry:
Her Take: (Re) thinking Masculinity

A year after the idea arose, the photo agency VII recently presented the multifaceted exhibition Her Take: (Re) thinking Masculinity at the 7th Photoville Biennial in New York. Photoville, which consists of 65's former shipping containers refurbished and located under the Brooklyn Bridge, formed from 13. to 23. The September scene for a mass pattern of photographs, divided into a total of 90 exhibitions. (Re) thinking Masculinity is already invited to attend 2020 Photoforum Pasquart in Biel, Switzerland.

The male gaze

Each photographer had chosen his or her personal approach to the subject. Sara Terry uses new interpretation of Édouard Manet's famous painting Lunch in the green to reverse the gender roles both in terms of who controls the gaze and who is depicted: The jellyfish's undressed women are in Terry's work. . .

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Ellen Lande
Lande is a film writer and director and a regular writer for Ny Tid.

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