China - Hong Kong / Macau
Hong Kong
The idea of Unpeeling started with one of the artist’s grandma’s after dinner habits - peeling oranges and share them with her family. The act of peeling oranges symbolizes sharing, connecting and healing. Peeling the orange reveal the vulnerable center, and metaphorically this action exposes the artist's desire for promotion sharing. Peeling an orange is a way to reveal our life. By peeling and unpeeling, the juicy part got exposed. The raw and organic fo...
Germany
Berlin
Photography is transformation - the connection between yesterday and today, now and tomorrow. It heals the past and shows the moment in the now. It connects people and nature, connects woman and man, female and male. These are the basic principles of my work and I apply them to every assignment and project. I prefer to address social issues that are often not so popular and therefore need a transformation. Since 2011 I am working as a freelance photogra...
United Kingdom
London
Transdisciplinary artist Ruocong Ma examines the contradiction and correlation of spiritual strength, human body, sexual representation, and feminism in our society, working on oil painting, performance, and sculpture. Ruocong's figurative women portrait painting is primarily concerned with celebrating the female body. The bright neon light visually enhances the female nude and sexual innuendo. Ruocong Ma attempts to depict the position and status of women...
Norway
Trondheim
A Woman Who is a series of close ups of my body. Where stretch marks, stomach rolls, marks after underwear and body hair, which are seen as the ugly part of the body, become something beautiful. These series of self portraits focus on what is like to be a woman today, being my own muse and be comfortable in my own skin. To grown into womanhood and learn to find beauty in these lines of history, these of love lines. A Woman Who is also an extenti...
United States of America
Las Vegas
I am a mature female artist, who uses photography, yarn, and anything that solves the visual challenges I face. During Covid -19 isolation, I have had time to look back at a long carreer in the visual arts, and continue to create new works, while valueing my 50 year output. 
Norway
Oslo
Throughout history women has been objectified and mistreated. In the last century things started to change rapidly for the better. This image of being a woman became ever more complex if possible. The focus I’ve had in this project was the female role in the 21st century, my personal dilemma and the consequences in the modern era. When I think about women, I think about myself and all those emotions around it. Needs, desires, goals, confusion, fear, mis...
United Kingdom
MAIDSTONE
Normally, my work consists of documenting other people, light underwater or just capturing mundane life. However, while at home in isloation, it made me try other ways of creating work. It forced me to photograph myself when I don't normally like to and I found it to be a very valuable experience. I used my camera and a toy kaledioscope to capture myself, a woman, in maybe a not so flattering way. A way of deconstructing my face and creating...
United States of America
New York City
I took this photo in 2017, while walking through the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It was rainy and gloomy that day. Playing in the sidewalk puddles, I came across some ordinary apartment buildings. Standing back to look at them, their symmetry grabbed my eye and I began shooting photos; they were anything but ordinary to me now.

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