The Australian exhibition, The Female Eye, recognises the unique visual signatures that mark the documentary photography of four female photographers: Nicola Dracoulis, Kerry Pryor OAM, Ilana Rose and Helga Salwe. Curator Alison Stieven-Taylor says the exhibition “is not meant as a statement about whether women see differently to men, although science tells us that is the case, with women seeing a more vibrant colour spectrum. Rather it is an acknowledgment of the role of the individual gaze in creating a compelling visual narrative.” “Documentary photography is often used as a catch-all phrase, the nuances in creating compelling visual narratives are...
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