The Phémina festival is a mixed festival. If the promotion of the feminine is at the center of his approach, it presents both men and women photographers. Mixed also in the very wide variety of looks without any school winning it. Beyond the very good work of the festival guests Isabelle Chapuis and Niko in a rather “fashion” perspective, here are my favorites. These 6 artists, five women and one man, illustrate wonderfully what a “feminine” gaze can be. One which is often caricatured or silenced that is only rarely allowed the possibility of making its sincere, human and intelligently...
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