5 {women} Artists

In our first series on creativity, we selected artists who pay attention to what we don't see, or perhaps, don't want to see.

From Bilenker's exquisite snapshots of the ordinary moment, to Biçen's meticulous portraits of the dying, and Gamand's charming deconstruction- these artists have chosen to showcase the nuance. Which brings us to our next story...

#4. Sondra Sherman literally judges every book by its cover. In Found Subjects, the content does not inform her narrative, rather it's the book's appearance that creates her intimate habitats. It’s a complex relationship where meanings shift with time and place.

Image c/o Sondra Sherman

Image c/o Sondra Sherman