Tag Archives: Francesca Woodman

Retro Polka Dots Are Back in a Big Way!

John Loengard, Florette and Jacques-Henri Lartigue, 1981 (189.1987) In fashion, polka dots are usually associated with a retro taste in fabric patterns and a classic style. This pattern has evolved from its appearance on Minnie Mouse’s dress and bow to … Continue reading

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Space and Mirrored Self

Currently, Francesca Woodman has two shows in New York: at the Guggenheim and a separate selection of blue prints at Marion Goodman. To look at Woodman’s photographs is to constantly read the environment through the psychological and vice versa. At … Continue reading

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The Woodmans

Francesca Woodman, Polka Dots, November 1976 Courtesy George and Betty Woodman As the Tribeca Film Festival comes to a close, it’s a good time to revisit some of ICP’s recent acquisitions.  Francesca Woodman was a prolific photographer whose haunting, slow-shuttered … Continue reading

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Recent Acquisition: Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman, Polka Dots, November 1976 Courtesy George and Betty Woodman American photographer Francesca Woodman created a beguiling and important body of work during her short nine-year career. Working primarily with black-and-white photography, she mined some of the same themes … Continue reading

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