“Women Looking at Women” issue
“Women Looking at Women” issue
“Women Looking at Women” issue
“Women Looking at Women” issue
“Women Looking at Women” issue

“Women Looking at Women” issue

<em>The New York Times Magazine</em>, New York, New York, 2001

Description

Every year The New York Times Magazine publishes an issue devoted entirely to pictures. This year the magazine sent 23 women photographers to cover a variety of women whose lives embodied the idea of power and its opposite. The complexity and contradictions of power are apparent in many of the photographs. The design is respectful of the images, presenting them in clearly defined layouts with typography in shades of black, white and gray helping to convey the photographic message of the magazine.

Juror Notes

“The power of this is photography linked with intelligent content. Teams are working together in a really intelligent way. I feel that the images are conceived before, or in conjunction with, the story rather than as an afterthought.”

Collections: AIGA 365: 23 (2002)
Discipline: Editorial design
Format: Magazine
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