Rowan Renee reclaims their body in a gorgeous series of photos.
In Bodies of Wood, artist Rowan Renee presents a series of self-portraits exploring the long-term physical and psychological effects of incest by using photography to reclaim their own agency within a legacy of violence.
Founded by award-winning American-Singaporean filmmaker and former war photographer Danfung Dennis, 34, Condition One has developed “Melting Ice,” which transports audiences to vanishing glacial ice sheets.
In her latest exhibition, Bodies of Wood at Peninsula Art Space, artist Rowan Renee presents an autobiographical series of self-portraits that are highly impactful on a visual, emotional, and social level.
Photographer Rowan Renee struggles with when to tell partners about the sexual abuse Renee experienced as a child — abuse committed by Renee’s father. Now, with days until the opening of Renee’s solo show for Bodies of Wood at Brooklyn’s Peninsula Art Space, Renee is preparing to share their story with the world.
For 25 years, Frédéric Brenner traveled the world, finding Jews to photograph. In every place he went, whether it was a singles weekend in the Catskills or an ancient stone dwelling in Yemen, he sought to uncover a buried trace of his own past.
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