Morgan Markey

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'Women of the Market' is a photo-essay that documents the daily lives of the women that run the Vietnamese marketplace. I wanted to highlight the grit, strength and beauty of the women that provide for their families, while simultaneously working full time at the market. These women are the primary caretakers of the family both financially and maternally. In these photographs, their relentless work ethic and acute knowledge of the market is expressed.

Female butcher at work
Working as a team
Picking up some flowers for the day.
Selling goods in the street
Chopping the heads of chickens

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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...
Italy
Genova
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Saudi Arabia
Jeddah
Series /pəˈfɔːm(ə)ns/: a silent story told, a statement, a performance. To lessen misunderstandings in this sensitive subject, let’s invoke the book of words, for, beyond words’ immediate denotations, they have connotative powers. The Process: Performance (Oxford Dictionary Online): 1. ‘An...
Taiwan
New Taipei City
This series juxtaposes the torn and dirty USian flag with the naked bodies of all genders, races, sexuality, nationality, and cultural backgrounds to capture their vulnerability, emotions, and strength, critiquing the United States as the dreamland and shelter for all humans. The U.S. was alleg...
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 celebrat...

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