Artist talk - Anastasia Trahanas and Anat Icar Shoham
About the artists
Anastasia Trahanas is a socio-documentary and fine art photographer. Born in Melbourne, living in the UK, she has been taking photographs since she was 12, documenting life around her. Constantly driven forwards in her photography, Anastasia captures what lies beneath the street and beneath our skin. She nourishes her photographic eye by challenging the boundaries outside the so-called societal 'normal'. Turning her representations into positive images, she gravitates to photographing the female, the marginalised, stigmatised and vulnerable. She has exhibited internationally and has qualifications in photography, social anthropology, a Master's in visual anthropology, and is an educator.
Anat Icar Shoham is a fine art photographer who lives and works in Israel. She has an M.Sc from the Hebrew University. She is an M.A student specializing in History of Photography at David and Yolanda Katz Faculty of the Arts, Tel-Aviv University.
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