Laura Zmorska
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Psychoza

Psychoza

Valerie Galloway - Doppleganger, 2009.  … via the Etherton Gallery

I love this photo. The smile on her lips looks seductive, playful and mysterious all at once. I think the reflection makes this photo and makes me fall in love with it as well. By Valerie Galloway - Doppleganger,

Francesca Woodman, Self-Deceit # 1, 1978 © Betty and George Woodman NB: No toning, cropping, enlarging, or overprinting with text allowed.

Francesca Woodman, Self-Deceit # 1978 © Betty and George Woodman NB: No toning, cropping, enlarging, or overprinting with text allowed.

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.

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