Women Photographers International Archive
#WOPHAGRAMS es una nueva serie que invita a fotógrafxs identificadxs como mujeres, trans, queer y no binarios a compartir un proyecto específico en su cuenta de Instagram y Facebook.
Esta semana, presentan a la artista ruso-americana @anasamoylova . Obteniendo especial reconocimiento por su proyecto FloodZone, un retrato psicológico de comunidades del Sur de Florida que enfrentan el aumento del nivel del mar, Anastasia compartirá durante la semana la serie Breakfasts un momento donde hemos permanecido en casa en cuarentena, esta serie inspirada en acontecimientos domésticos, casuales e íntimos como el desayuno adquiere una nueva resonancia.
Estén atentos durante la semana para ver su trabajo. Si deseas participar en este programa, por favor, envía tu portfolio a email@example.com
Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA) is a nonprofit organization founded by art historian and curator Aldeide Delgado to research, promote, support and educate about the role of women and those identified as women in photography. Its origins are founded back in 2013 when Delgado created the project Catalog of Cuban Women Photographers. This ongoing project is an interactive platform that offers valuable information for artists, curators, critics, and other cultural producers, through a dynamic database of photographers, and publications about Cuban women artists working on photography since 1853 to the present. We are committed to highlighting the contributions of women photographers to modern and contemporary art, through talks, exhibitions, editorial projects, opportunities for artists and partnerships with universities, museums, libraries, and other organizations.
#WOPHAGRAMS is a new series that invites women, trans, queer and non-binary voices in photography to share a specific project on our Instagram and Facebook accounts.
This week, they introduce the Russian-American artist Anastasia Samoylova. Getting special recognition for her project #FloodZone, a psychological portrait of South Florida communities facing sea level rising, Anastasia will share during the week her Breakfasts With series. In a time when many of us have been quarantined at home. Samoylova’s images of domestic, casual and intimate daily moments have a new significance.
Stay tuned during the week to see her work. If you want to participate in this program, please, submit your portfolio for consideration to info(at)wopha.org
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