Five female photographers you should follow today

The pandemic we are living makes it hard for artists to find the right inspiration and to create something out of the ordinary. We chose five names of five female photographers who are representing everyday life with originality and beauty.

  • Maisie Cousins 

Maisie’s world speaks to our need to express the parts of our subconscious we often considerate uncomfortable.  She celebrates femininity and contradiction, by juxtaposing bright colored rubbish, dead insects and wet petals covered in sticky syrups. 

  • Juno Calypso

Alien-like figures moving in an enclosed pink womb, between the sanctity of life and its denial. What is womanhood and how should we honor it, in spite of conventions and idealizations? 

  • Giulia Bersani 

A tour of intimacy, humanity and authenticity; Giulia’s pictures reach our hidden windings without pretentiousness.
She reminds us to breathe it all in, the mistakes, the power of feelings, simply who we are, and we should be grateful for this kind of art.

  • Laurence Philomene

Non-binary photographer, Laurence plays with colors while documenting queer and trans everyday lives and struggles. Her most recent series called “Puberty” tells the story of her transition during the hormonal replacement therapy with freedom and honesty.

  1. Sara Lorusso

Love in its multiple forms, through the body and the simplicity of nature.
Sara gets to us with clear, direct and clean shots, almost snaps of feelings that we are surely missing these days.


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