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Meg Madison, 100-Foot Rope Spiral , 2015, Cyanotype, winter sunlight, LA River water, 20" x 28"  Click here for larger image and more information.

Chris Townsend, in his Introduction to Phaidon's lush monograph Francesca Woodman, begins the task of placing Woodman's work in an art historical context:

"Woodman never understood herself as a fully realized artist, even if that is how we see her now. When she died in 1981, aged only twenty-two, she was still learning, still absorbing influences, still exploring what she wanted her work to do and testing the directions it might take." Click here to read more.
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August 14, 2017
IMAGE OF THE WEEK
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Meg Madison, 100-Foot Rope Spiral , 2015, Cyanotype, winter sunlight, LA River water, 20" x 28"


This week's Image of the Week is by Los Angeles-based artist Meg Madison.

Meg Madison uses photography to conceptually examine memory, ritual, land use, water, feminism, and aging. 

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If you would like to be considered for this feature, send entries to janechafinsblog@gmail.com with the subject line "Image of the Week." Include artist's name, title, year, media, size, and a brief statement about your work.