With the #MeToo movement, Hollywood’s leading ladies creating the Time’s Up organization and the outcry from women’s rights activists across the globe, the future certainly is female. The Fahey/KleinGallery in Los Angeles just opened a group show called Future Feminine, which explores the female gaze in photography. Until February 24, catch works by Amanda Charchian, who puts the female form in a romantic yet mysterious mood, puzzling pieces around femininity by collaborators Honey Long and Prue Stent, as well as fashion-inspired photos by Remy Holwick, a fashion model and activist who presents women even more powerfully than Helmut Newton. Flex those muscles, ladies.
These Feminist Artists Show Us the Female Gaze in Photography.
News 28 Jan 2018