Right now she is my favorite photographer.    the best time of the day: francesca woodman. #photography #b #film

Francesca Woodman, Space Providence, Rhode Island, 1976 Gelatin silver print, x cm Courtesy George and Betty Woodman © George and Betty Woodman

Francesca Woodman - I really like how the artist has managed to create a macabre and ghostly atmosphere within their photograph by getting the sitter to move almost as if they are attempting to shield themselves from the daylight streaming through the open window. I also feel like the scene of destruction within the image, littered all over the floor, also adds to the idea of spirits and the macabre atmosphere.

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Francesca Woodman: House Providence, Rhode Island, 1976 : Since I first found out about her, I have been mesmerized by her poetic photographs. It is such a loss that she took her life at the age of

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Francesca Woodman: Now you see her, but most of the time you don’t…

Francesca Woodman, Then at one point i did not need to translate the notes; they went directly to my hands, Providence, Rhode Island, 1976

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View Untitled, Rome, Italy by Francesca Woodman on artnet. Browse more artworks Francesca Woodman from Victoria Miro Gallery.

Francesca Woodman, Untitled, 1977-1978 © Betty and George Woodman

On Being an Angel: Finding Francesca Woodman in the otherness of her self-portraits. Untitled, © Betty and George Woodman

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Francesca Woodman, On Being an Angel, 1977 Falling squarely into the category of "Photographers You Should Know" (but might not yet) is Francesca Woodman, who is receiving a flurry of attention right now. And who is Francesca Woodman?

Eel Series, Roma, May 1977 - August 1978  Woodman lies naked, in a vulnerable state, the curve of her body echoing the curved form of the eel. She has printed several similar versions of this image with her body on either side of the eel. While Woodman was studying in Rome between 1977 and 1978 she came into contact with the Symbolist work of Max Klinger, whose influence can be seen in this series.

Francesca Woodman Eel Series, Roma, May 1977 - August 1978 Black and white silver gelatin print on paper image: 219 x 218 mm