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Item Code 3549

Title Photographs 1977 - 2017

Author Starkey, Hannah

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Signed by the Photographer Since the mid-1990s, the Northern Irish photographer Hannah Starkey has dedicated her work to women and the ways in which photography has shaped ideas about what it means to be female. Known for her cinematic mise-en-scenes, Starkey constructs portraits of women of different generations, often situated in everyday urban contexts. Proffering the view of the fl�neuse ? a female counterpoint to the artistic tradition of the male fl�neur ? Starkey?s images reveal moments of private reflection, alienation, or social interaction that might otherwise go unseen: a woman fleetingly fascinated by another woman?s reflection, or the attentive gaze of a mother carrying her child. Like modern-day genre paintings, Starkey?s images are driven by familiar narratives, but ones that play on the visual languages of diverse photographic genres ? including diaristic, street, documentary, cinematic, fine art, and fashion ? to subtly probe the ways that women are represented in popular culture. As Starkey has said, ?I really think that visual culture is the last battleground for women?s equality and freedom?. From her early staged photographs made in Belfast to her recent documentation of the 2017 Women?s March in London, this catalogue raisonn� charts two decades of Starkey?s influential image-making, and serves as a significant touchstone for discussions on the female gaze. The book includes a biographical essay by the curator and writer Charlotte Cotton and a candid conversation between the artist and the editor and writer Liz Jobey. Embossed linen hardback
184 pages
27.3 x 28.3 cm
Publication date: November 2018
ISBN: 978-1-912339-19-8

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