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Francesca Woodman, I like the style of Woodman's images, they have a dreamy quality to them due to the longer exposure.

Francesca Woodman, I like the style of Woodman's images, they have a dreamy quality to them due to the longer exposure.

As fotografias da prodígio Francesca Woodman                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

As fotografias da prodígio Francesca Woodman Mais

Francesca Woodman. I saw the documentary about her. Such a shame.

Francesca Woodman. I saw the documentary about her. Such a shame.

Reconsidering the Sylvia Plath of the Photo World

Reconsidering the Sylvia Plath of the Photo World

Francesca Woodman.  I can explain this picture in many levels, but it would never be enough. No murder can feel the pain of the victim, so stop trying.

Francesca Woodman. I can explain this picture in many levels, but it would never be enough. No murder can feel the pain of the victim, so stop trying.

francesca woodman 2

francesca woodman 2

Francesca Woodman...such a tragic loss to the photography world. Wish I could be in NYC for the show.

Francesca Woodman...such a tragic loss to the photography world. Wish I could be in NYC for the show.

Woodman inspired by Lalə Lütfəlibəyova, 2012.

Woodman inspired by Lalə Lütfəlibəyova, 2012.

<i>Untitled, New York  1979  by Francesca Woodman

<i>Untitled, New York 1979 by Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman self portrait. Brilliant photographer, she passed away way too soon. She was way before the times artistically.

Francesca Woodman self portrait. Brilliant photographer, she passed away way too soon. She was way before the times artistically.

Francesca Woodmann,  Polka Dots, Providence, Rhode Island, 1976. Gelatin silver print, 13.3 x 13.3 cm. © George and Betty Woodman

Francesca Woodmann, Polka Dots, Providence, Rhode Island, 1976. Gelatin silver print, 13.3 x 13.3 cm. © George and Betty Woodman

“The many images in which she appears to merge into walls or is caught in blurry motion also suggest an urge to dematerialize into pure spirit. In lots of others, though, parts of her body are encrusted with dirt or slathered by paint and other liquids. She oscillates between the heavenly and the earthly.”

“The many images in which she appears to merge into walls or is caught in blurry motion also suggest an urge to dematerialize into pure spirit. In lots of others, though, parts of her body are encrusted with dirt or slathered by paint and other liquids. She oscillates between the heavenly and the earthly.”

Francesca WOODMAN :: My House / Providence, Rhode Island, 1975

Francesca WOODMAN :: My House / Providence, Rhode Island, 1975

“Then at one point I did not need to translate the notes; they went directly to my hands”  -1976  Francesca Woodman

“Then at one point I did not need to translate the notes; they went directly to my hands” -1976 Francesca Woodman

Despite the initial boldness of many of Francesca Woodman's self-portraits, she simultaneously hides much from the camera. Her face may be blurred or cropped out or she may even turn her back to her audience. And then there's a suggestion of some ongoing story ...

Despite the initial boldness of many of Francesca Woodman's self-portraits, she simultaneously hides much from the camera. Her face may be blurred or cropped out or she may even turn her back to her audience. And then there's a suggestion of some ongoing story ...

Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman