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From Behind Closed Doors to #MeToo: A Conversation with Donna Ferrato and Nona Willis Aronowitz
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Jul 24, 2018

Thursday, July 26, 2018 / 6-8:30PM
Annenberg Space for Photography

Donna Ferrato is a woman and a photographer whose work is about sex, violence, love, and how she sees women, their complexity, their politics, their public and private lives, and their struggle to come into their own power. Nona Willis Aronowitz is an author and editor whose work covers similar subjects of women, sexual politics, and the state of young feminism across the United States. In this far-ranging and thought-provoking conversation, they will use Ferrato’s work—from her most well-known documentation of domestic abuse to her studies of women taking control of their own sexuality—as a platform for tracing the progress of women’s agency.

The event is currently sold out but Annenberg will be broadcasting the talk via Facebook Live. Follow their page here. 

The lecture is in conjunction with Annenberg's current exhibition "Not An Ostrich," an amazing collection of images from the Library of Congress.

Visit the show through September 9, 2018

From Behind Closed Doors to #MeToo - Iris Nights Series | Annenberg Space for Photography
Donna Ferrato is a woman and a photographer whose work is about sex, violence, love, and how she sees women, their complexity, their politics, their public and private lives, and their struggle to come into their own power. Nona Willis Aronowitz...