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Italian artist Patrizia Guerresi Maïmouna is a photographer, video artist and a sculptor. Her work provides an intimate perspective on the relationship between women and society. She uses recurrent metaphors such as milk, light, the hijab, trees, and contrasting white on black to create awareness of the vital unifying qualities of the feminine archetype and its special healing potential.

Maïmouna Patrizia Guerresi As a photographer, sculptor, and installation artist, ‘Maïmouna’ Patrizia Guerresi reveals unique and authentic sensibilities in her narration of the beauty and subtleties of racial diversity and multiculturalism.

In Pamem Pereira’s This Is A Love Story installation, objects in a room are lifted and suspended in mid-air — a spectacle that symbolizes the unshakeable relationship between what’s material and what’s spiritual.

In Pamem Pereira’s This Is A Love Story installation, objects in a room are lifted and suspended in mid-air — a spectacle that symbolizes the unshakeable relationship between what’s material and what’s spiritual.

Zander Olsen. Two 2005.   From the serie Tree, Line.  "This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint." from Zander Olsen at http://zanderolsen.com/Tree_Line.html

Zander Olsen’s Tree Line Project is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest.

Mary Cassatt | Little Girl in a Blue Armchair, 1878, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. -- The National Gallery uncovers the true relationship between impressionists Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas (and it wasn’t romantic).

The National Gallery of Art uncovers the true relationship between impressionists Mary Cassatt and Edgar Degas (and it wasn’t romantic)

Suzanne Jongmans, re-makes paintings from the 'Dutch Golden Age' using plastic and photographs them. To investigate the relationship between present and past, and the transience and vulnerability of time.

Suzanne Jongmans clear carrier-bag and butterfly , Jongmans' take on Flemish portraits using packing materials, 2012

This is my mind almost summed up absolutely in one picture.  @Rachel Lindsay

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