Daniela Mastronardi

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The image of woman has always been defined by symbology and stereotypes which despite all the fights and the achievements are still present in the contemporary society.

The search of a proper and collective identity guides this project, not to give us answers but to leave us with old and new questions to which we probably cannot still answer.

Are we really the owner of ourselves? In which way the so-called democratic society is still a patriarchal society and how influences our choices? Why our contemporary society divides women instead of uniting them? Why sexism is not worldwide considered a form of discrimination that must be fought and defeated?

These photographs want to remember the strength of women, their solidarity and their dreams, the power that can build an equal society where finally be free.

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United Kingdom
London
I am a self-portrait photographer, who specializes in conceptual art. Although greatly influenced by historical drama, my work is deeply personal and symbolic in nature. I suffer from a hyper-sensitive skin condition. As a teenager, I would often attempt to cover it up; I resented being asked if I h...
United States of America
Homestead
As quarantine went on I'm sure all of us felt an urge to find value in the simpler things in life, those things we would take for granted. I began to find value, both artistically and emotionally, in the simple life the my dog Jack lives every day. While every being has their trials and tribulations...
United States of America
Washington DC
My project involves expressive art therapy to help women heal from traumatic experiences, accept transitional periods in their lives and further their emotional, cognitive, and social integration through music, photography and movement. I want my work to speak the desired language of women empo...
Germany
Waldenbuch
Blue chair figure study, from the series Alex and the blue chair, exploring body form and light in the interplay between a female model (Alex) and a shabby blue chair
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 ar...

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