A new photography project is putting the focus on women and how they have been a…
A new photography project is putting the focus on women and how they have been affected by the criminal justice system – whether as prisoners, activists or professionals.
Someone’s Daughter, curated by Jennie Ricketts and presented with the View magazine, is an exhibition highlighting how female prisoners are seen and understood, with the ultimate aim of reimagining the justice system.
By photographing women who have been stigmatised by the law, the courts and the media in the administration of justice, and displaying them alongside professionals working in the criminal justice space, the exhibition seeks to change how formerly incarcerated women are perceived and ultimately the way justice is served.
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Photos: Wendy Carrig + Nadav Kander + Conor Horgan + Craig Easton + Billie Scheepers + Kristina Varaksina + Felicity Cranshaw & Sara Bennett with The Someone’s Daughter exhibition