HER
Oct 8 – Dec 8, 2020

Lena Jeanne

In Frame presents the online exhibition HER, brining together the talent of Ramona Deckers, Tiffany Roubert, and Lena Jeanne.

In Frame Gallery / A curation of works in line with the In Frame’s identity. It is a way for us to share our passion and to show the richness of the different approaches and influences of documentary photography. Finding solutions to make accessible to a large audience talents that we think deserve interest.

Lena Jeanne / Illumination

Lena is a film photographer based in North Wales. Her work explores archetypal themes of nature, masculine and feminine, spirit and material. Lena tries to capture these subject matters through intimate portraiture and documentary style photography. She is part of the team at Southsun film lab and print studio where she develops, scans and prints her work.

 

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Lena Jeanne

Ramona Deckers / Amsterdam Girls

Ramona Deckers is a Dutch photographer based in Amsterdam. She grew up decidedly blue collar in the provincial town of Venlo in the south of the Netherlands. She studied at the London College of Fashion, has a master’s degree in Fashion Journalism and is entirely self-taught in photography.

Deckers specializes in portrait, fashion and beauty photography. Her work is intimate and penetrates the surface; it tells a story and establishes a dialogue with the subject. She mainly works with high-quality medium format equipment, both analogue and digital.

 

Ramona Deckers

Ramona Deckers

Ramona Deckers

Ramona Deckers

Ramona Deckers

Ramona Deckers

Ramona Deckers

Tiffany Roubert / Slices Of Sunday

French photographer based in London. She completed a Master in Documentary Photography at the University of the Arts London.

Features and interviews have included We and the Color, Nakid Magazine, Shoot it with Film, Lomography Magazine, The Independent, She Explores, F1.4, Fisheye Magazine, and Positivr. Exhibitions have included Brick Lane Gallery The Annexe 2019, London, Moving Lines 2018, London, We Are Together Festival 2016, Marseille, and Le Palais des expositions 2015, Cannes.

 

Tiffany Roubert

Tiffany Roubert

Tiffany Roubert

Tiffany Roubert

Tiffany Roubert

Tiffany Roubert

Tiffany Roubert

“The future of the man is the woman. She is the color of his soul. She is his rumor and his noise. And without it it is only blasphemy. It is only a seed without the fruit. His mouth blows a wild wind. His life belongs to the ravages. And his own hand destroys it.” –Louis Aragon

 

HER
Ramona Deckers, Tiffany Roubert, Lena Jeanne
October 8 – December 8, 2020 / In Frame, Online
Curated by Kalel Koven
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