dinsdag 8 juli 2008

Ophrah Shemesh

Ophrah Shemesh’s subjects are simultaneously submissive and empowered. She addresses notions of objectification, narcissism, and the male/female psychodynamic. Her figures appear with an ambiguously fixed stare – never directed or confrontational, but always to a third party - or to oneself looking inward. These portraits could be considered eloquent depictions of either loneliness or independence.
bron: freightandvolume


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