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List of women photographers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Women have made significant contributions to photography since its inception. Notable participants include:

Photobooks by Carol Beckwith, Nina Berman, Marrie Bot, KayLynn Deveney, Rena Effendi, Aya Fujioka (藤岡亜弥), Cristina García Rodero, Fay Godwin, Lourdes Grobet, Mikiko Hara, Reiko Imoto (井本礼子), Kyōko Ioka (井岡今日子), Olya Ivanova (Ольга Иванова), Betsy Karel, Rinko Kawauchi, Vaida Keleras, Yōko Kishikawa (岸川洋子), Fusako Kodama, Eriko Koga (古賀絵里子), Ljalja Kuznetsova (Ляля Кузнецова), Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, Helen Levitt, Markéta Luskačová, Bertien van Manen, Mary Ellen Mark, Miyuki Matsuda, Susan Meiselas, Inge Morath, Yurie Nagashima, Mika Ninagawa, Kei Orihara, Chizuru Ōta (太田ちづる), Megumi Ōtsuka (大塚めぐみ), Doris Quarella, Emmanuelle Riva, Inta Ruka, Toshie Saitō (齋藤利江), Rosalind Solomon, Toyoko Tokiwa
Photobooks by Carol Beckwith, Nina Berman, Marrie Bot, KayLynn Deveney, Rena Effendi, Aya Fujioka (藤岡亜弥), Cristina García Rodero, Fay Godwin, Lourdes Grobet, Mikiko Hara, Reiko Imoto (井本礼子), Kyōko Ioka (井岡今日子), Olya Ivanova (Ольга Иванова), Betsy Karel, Rinko Kawauchi, Vaida Keleras, Yōko Kishikawa (岸川洋子), Fusako Kodama, Eriko Koga (古賀絵里子), Ljalja Kuznetsova (Ляля Кузнецова), Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, Helen Levitt, Markéta Luskačová, Bertien van Manen, Mary Ellen Mark, Miyuki Matsuda, Susan Meiselas, Inge Morath, Yurie Nagashima, Mika Ninagawa, Kei Orihara, Chizuru Ōta (太田ちづる), Megumi Ōtsuka (大塚めぐみ), Doris Quarella, Emmanuelle Riva, Inta Ruka, Toshie Saitō (齋藤利江), Rosalind Solomon, Toyoko Tokiwa

Afghanistan

  • Farzana Wahidy (born 1984), documentary photographer concentrating on women's issues in Afghanistan

Algeria

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

  • Rena Effendi (born 1977), interested in the environment, post-conflict society, the effects of oil industry on people and social disparity

Belarus

Belgium

Brazil

  • Ingeborg de Beausacq (1910–2003), see Germany

Cameroon

Canada

China (People's Republic)

Croatia

Cuba

Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic

Denmark

Egypt

Estonia

  • Ann Tenno (born 1952), landscape photographer and photo artist, noted for her photographs of Tallinn and the churches and manor houses of Estonia

Finland

France

Gambia

Germany

Greece

  • Ianna Andreadis (born 1960), combines photography with her interest in archaeology, also landscapes from southern Africa
  • Nelly's (1899–1998), noted for her Greek temples, Berlin Olympics, later advertising, photo-reportages in the United States
  • Mary Paraskeva (1882–1951), possibly the first Greek woman to have left a large photographic legacy from the beginning of the 20th century
  • Athena Tacha (born 1936), conceptual photographer

Guatemala

  • María Cristina Orive (1931–2017), photographer, reporter and photojournalist, co-founder of the La Azotea publishing the work of Latin American photographers

Hong Kong

Hungary

Iceland

India

Iran

  • Parisa Damandan (born 1967), has collected portrait photographs illustrating the history of Isfahan, continuing her work after the 2003 Bam earthquake
  • Shadi Ghadirian (born 1974), portraits of women dressed in traditional style, often juxtaposed with modern anomalies such as a mountain bike or cola can, now increasingly exhibited in the west
  • Zahra Kazemi (1948–2003), Iranian-Canadian freeland photojournalist who died following arrest in Iran after covering poverty, destitutions and oppression in the Middle East
  • Sanaz Mazinani (born 1978), Iranian-Canadian photographer and curator, installation based photography
  • Shirin Neshat (born 1957), photos of women confronted by Islamic fundamentalism, later working with multimedia and film
  • Ashraf os-Saltaneh (1863–1914), first woman photographer of Iran
  • Shirana Shahbazi (born 1974), conceptual photography, installations
  • Mitra Tabrizian (born 1959), British-Iranian, professor of photography at the University of Westminster, photobook Correct Distance, a critique of corporate culture
  • Newsha Tavakolian (born 1981), Iranian documentary photographer
  • Maryam Zandi (born 1947), founding board member of Iran's National Society of Photographers, has published many calendars of Iranian portraits

Iraq

Ireland

Photograph by Jane Shackleton
Photograph by Jane Shackleton
  • Jane Shackleton (1843–1909) pioneering Irish photographer
  • Helen Sloan (active since 1994), still and film photographer, known for photographing the TV series Game of Thrones

Israel

Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Latvia

  • Inta Ruka (born 1958), specializing in portraits of people in the areas where they live

Lithuania

Luxembourg

  • Marianne Majerus (born 1956), specializes in garden photography contributing widely to magazines and newspapers

Mexico

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nigeria

Norway

Palestine

  • Karimeh Abbud (1896–1955), professional photographer in Nazareth in the 1930s, also producing postcards
  • Sama Raena Alshaibi (born 1973), Iraq-born Palestinian–US conceptual artist, using photography, also an academic
  • Rula Halawani (born 1964), photographer, photojournalist, educator
  • Emily Jacir, artist in photography and other media, also an academic
  • Ahlam Shibli (born 1970), photographer of Bedouins of Palestinian descent

Peru

Poland

Romania

  • Alexandra Croitoru (born 1975), seeks to challenge accepted ideas of power sharing and gender in Romania

Russia

Princess Olga Orlova at the 1903 Ball, a hand-tinted image of Princess Olga Orlova by Elena Mrozovskaya, now in the collection of the Hermitage Museum[1]
Princess Olga Orlova at the 1903 Ball, a hand-tinted image of Princess Olga Orlova by Elena Mrozovskaya, now in the collection of the Hermitage Museum[1]

Singapore

South Africa

South Korea

  • Nikki S. Lee (born 1970), self-portraits posing in various ethnic and social groups such as punks, hip-hop musicians, male partners

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

  • Semiha Es (1912–2012), Turkey's first female photojournalist, worked between 1950 and 1970s as a war photographer
  • Maryam Şahinyan (1911–1996), Turkey's first female photographer, managing a studio from 1937, archive of some 200,000 images
  • Naciye Suman (1881–1973), Turkey's first Muslim female photographer, owning a studio from 1919 to 1930

Ukraine

  • Elena Filatova (born 1974), photographs of the Chernobyl area
  • Anya Teixeira (1913–1992), took up amateur photography in London when 47, often working with children and actors, also founded the Creative Photo Group

United Kingdom

United States

Uzbekistan

  • Umida Akhmedova (born 1955), photojournalist working in Central Asia, arrested in 2010 for her images of the Uzbek people

Zimbabwe

Gallery

See also

References

Further reading

  • Sullivan, Constance (1990). Women photographers. New York: Abrams. ISBN 0-8109-3950-9. OCLC 21042087.
  • Rosenblum, Naomi (2000). A history of women photographers. 2nd ed. New York: Abbeville Publishing Group (Abbeville Press, Inc.). ISBN 0-7892-0658-7. OCLC 43729073.
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