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 systemic reordering of natural processes.
New York-based artist Shae Detar’s enchanting photographs are transformed into a surreal, dream-like world through the addition of bold and colorful layers of paint.
Tokyo-based art director and graphic designer Motoko 'Motty' Marui’s practice is rich in vibrant colors that leave behind a visual explosion with a lasting effect.
Clare Shilland's sparse, subtle photographs are a lesson in honest communication.
Meet five pioneering women – all members of the online sisterhood of illustration – using their talent to explore the female form.
French-Egyptian artist Susu Laroche’s analogue photographs and films explore heightened emotional states and an idea of senselessness: the result is an enigmatic body of drenched in as much mystery as the artist herself.