A new generation of female photographers are turning the camera on themselves (and other women) to redefine fashion, art, advertising and, well, the world.
Five illustrators from the Middle East talk us through their inner thoughts and experiences on pushing the creative envelope in their respective countries.
Jung Lee explores ‘the void’ and ‘words left unsaid’ both in her photography and installations that combine vacant spaces with poetic neon-lit narratives.
With paintings based on her own image and culture, Mexican-Korean artist Monica Garza’s work is vital in its representation of body positive females and their relationships in the world.
The South African photographer and filmmaker’s photographs, films and web series aim to represent the marginalised and shine a light on the universal themes of feminism, sexuality, politics and injustices.
Few bonds run as deep as those between sisters, and few relationships are quite as complicated. Photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor has been attempting to capture what sisterhood means and is releasing a book documenting what she has found.
South African artist Lady Skollie has long understood the power of sensuous pleasures.
Photographer Adama Jalloh has fast made a name for herself shooting up close and personal moments from her life experience.
American conceptual artist Nina Katchadourian uses hold music, neck pillows and spiderwebs (although not all at once) to create art that explores a whimsical and intelligent look at the the systemic reordering of natural processes.