Between Introspection and Surrealism: the Photography of Francesca Woodman

by Asia Leonardi One day in 1977, a young girl entered the “Maldoror” art gallery in Rome, handed the owner a gray box and exclaimed: “I’m a photographer!” She is not yet twenty and her name is Francesca Woodman. Born in Denver in April 1958, Francesca was the daughter of a potter and a painter. … Continue reading “Between Introspection and Surrealism: the Photography of Francesca Woodman”