"MOON" Is the Provocative New Exhibition Celebrating Women and Non-Binary Photographers
Here’s a closer look at what to expect.
Makers’ Yard, an artist-run project space in the UK, has partnered with the non-profit organisation Women Photograph for an all-new photography exhibition that brings together 26 women and non-binary photographers from around the world.
Titled “MOON”, the provocative new exhibition seeks to celebrate the unique perspectives and experiences of emerging photographers, with works centering around a theme of “decolonizing environments.” Opening as part of the photography festival Photo Frome, the exhibition will sit alongside a curated programme of events, including workshops, panels and discussions.
Featuring artists like Alejandra Aragon, Mahnoor Malik, Alena Zhandarova, Arielle Bobb-Willis and Jessica Antola, the exhibition seeks to elevate the voices of women and non-binary creators, tapping into Women Photograph’s extensive archive of over 1,400 independent documentary photographers from over 100 different countries.
Take a look at some of the incredible artists showcasing above, and head to the Makers’ Yard website for more information on how to visit. “MOON” is set to run from June 28 til June 7.
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