Anne Collier: Women With Cameras (Anonymous)


Collier presents a collection of discarded, anonymous photographs dating from the 170s through to the early 2000s.
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Women with Cameras (Anonymous)isa new artist's book by Anne Collier (born 1970), with a text by HiltonAls (winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism), that consists of asequence of 80 images of found amateur photographs that each depict afemale subject in the act of holding a camera or taking a photograph. .

Datingfrom the 1970s to the early 2000s, these artifacts of the pre-digitalage were collected by Collier over a number of years from flea markets,thrift stores and online market places. Each of these photographs has,at some point in the recent past, been discarded by its original owner.The concept of "abandonment," of photographic images and the personalhistories that they represent, is central to Women with Cameras (Anonymous),which amplifies photography's relationship with memory, melancholia andloss. The sequence of the images in Collier's book follows the formatof her 35mm slide projection work Women with Cameras (Anonymous)(2016), that was recently shown to great acclaim in Tokyo, Japan, and Basel, Switzerland.

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