Emanuele Cucuzza Self-portrait is one of the most difficult genres, there are so many ways to ride that horse and these images show that she's able to do it in so many effective and different ways, keeping high level creativity, elegance and composition with still a recognisable style. Impressive! Thank you for sharing with us private intimacy and innate talent.
A Boissière self-portrait makes very strong use of her thoughts and reflections, but is this a nod to the rise of the self-portrait in Art made concrete by the multiplicity of mirrors? Mirrors, reflections in windows or glass doors, appear to us almost every time and deliver, if not a piece of frame, or its entirety, the fragments of a body, a figure of a woman concentrated on her work. Whole, multiple or detailed, the photographer gives us in a concrete image what can be a sliver of her soul. How to interpret the broken mirror, the gaze inaccessible if not out of frame? More on angeliqueb.com