Femininity, Feminism and My Work
Aired On: Jun 2, 2011
Jill Greenberg speaks on her work as it relates to the range and history of practices of aggressive feminine body transformation, restrictive clothing and even corporal punishment of women.
Jill Greenberg's work has been seen in such publications such as Harper’s and The New Yorker and served as covers for Time and Wired. Greenberg’s newest set of photographs is "Glass Ceiling," featuring members of the United States Olympic Synchronized Swim Team in the reasonable setting of a pool but with the unreasonable addition of high...
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