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A copy of Women plus a signed and stamped print in one exquisite box
Nadia Lee Cohen’s Special Edition is limited to 150 signed copies. This edition includes a copy of the book and a numbered and signed 25 x 20.5 cm C-Type fine art print.
About the photographer
Nadia’s work is big on ambition. It is hyper-surrealist pop iconography, deeply moving, naked in its honesty, and heartbreaking. All models, shot in varied levels of nudity, all appear to be bold, unbothered and free. Every photograph exudes confidence and a sheer “take me as I am or leave me as is” attitude. Women is empowering, it’s sexy, it’s feminine and it’s masculine. And, despite its retro-inspired aesthetics, it is everything “new” to this era of photography.
‘The world I photograph and create doesn’t reside in the same world that we live in.’
IDEA & MENDO
IDEA, publisher of this book, is currently not shipping to the EU because of Brexit and import and duty charges customers are confronted with. For this publication MENDO is IDEA’s preferred partner in Europe. We will take your order and ship to you.
Nadia Lee Cohen is a British photographer, filmmaker and anything but ordinary. Inspired by British and American cinema of the 50s, 60s and 70s, the artist has rejected the conventionality of mainstream photography and is creating a cinematic world that is both glamorous and bizarre.
Don't miss out on this signed and numbered special edition box of Nadia Lee Cohen's Women. A collection that captures women of all colours, shapes and sizes, showing their often undermined strength, beauty and vulnerability.