With great sensitivity and remarkable image quality, the works brought together in this section offer a renewed gaze at discredited realities and experiences. They do this by showing us people in their living environments. And yet, it is not individuals that these works offer as much as a certain order of representation, certain priorities, a certain way of seeing things that encourages us to reevaluate them.
Yoanis Menge, HAKAPIK – Mona Hakim, Countering the Negative Image
Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s–1980s – Jill Glessing. Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, Nan Goldin and a Few Others . . .
Marisa Portolese, Belle de jour III: Dialogues with Notman’s Portraits of Women – James D. Campbell, More than Meets Her Eye: A Dimensional Portraiture