“When considered as an object the photograph exists physically in the world, it belongs to someone; it gets held, it has weight, value. I’ve been interested in this concept for some time. It was this interest plus the recurrent use of my images online without my permission that motivated the creation of the series Little Romances.” – Jordanna Kalman In this deeply personal and emotional series, photographic artist Jordanna Kalman presents photographs of her prints of female nudes to which she has added elements from her garden and other personal items to explore the complexities and anxieties associated with womanhood....
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