#girlgaze: a frame of mind

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Photograph: Courtesy Amanda Bjorn

Explore the imaginative landscape of young, female and trans-identifying photographers from around the world at #girlgaze: a frame of mind. This mostly digital exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography has been largely sourced through social media by Girlgaze, a collective founded by the famed British-born television host, women’s advocate and photographer Amanda de Cadenet.

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I found this to be an interesting exhibit. It's photographs of women, by women. The exhibit is fairly small and will probably take around half an hour to get through. The exhibit is divided into sections. For example, there's a bedroom section where it features photos of women in their bedrooms because that is where women feel most comfortable, there is a section that displays photos of women going through mental illnesses, etc. Don't forget to take a photo with in their photo booth and upload it with their #girlgaze hashtag to be able to get a hardcopy print before you leave!