Photographs by Francesca Woodman.
Shedhalle Zurich, Zurich, 1992. 112 pp., 72 black-and-white illustrations, 8x10½".
"Suicide at the age of just twenty-two brought the life of the gifted young photographer Francesca Woodman (1958-1981) to a tragically early end. The subject of recent critical writings and acclaim, Woodman's work has at last been made available to a broader public in this carefully printed collection of photographs she left behind. . ." Woodman's thoughtful black-and-white photographs explore what critic Harm Lux terms "the symbolic captivity of the female body."
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