American photographer Dana Hoey indubitably reverses the role typically assigned to women in photography in her sophisticated scenography. There are several ‘openings’ to these images, such as desire, domination and female independence. With ‘Tribeca’ (named after a district of New York), she overthrows the conventional codes on the depiction of sexual organs – male and female – in an atmosphere underpinned by the tension of some subtle yet sophisticated self-referencing.
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