Lisa Sorgini’s World Behind Glass
The photographer’s tender photographs of new mothers in the shelter of their homes capture both the beauty and isolation of motherhood.
In the early stages of the pandemic, when the world went into lockdown, the photographer Lisa Sorgini felt a strange sense of familiarity in the eeriness and the unease. It reminded her, she realized, of what it felt like to become a mother: the world suddenly changed, time passing as if on a different plane. This was the birth of inspiration for her series Behind Glass, newly presented in an online exhibition curated by Bill Shapiro, Blind Magazine contributor and former editor-in-chief of LIFE Magazine.
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