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Photographer Judy Dater

Yaël Ksander hosts an interview with Judy Dater, a photographer since the 1960s known for her portraits of women.

Judy Dater in T-shirt with horse design

Photo: Jack von Euw

Judy Dater

I was ecstatic when the sixties hit. I thought, ‘Oh, finally, the world is coming to its senses.’ I loved the freedom of it.

Judy Dater is best known for her 1974 photograph, Imogen and Twinka, featuring an elderly Imogen Cunningham, the photographer, peering around a tree at a naked woman.

Her books of photographs include Women and Other Visions, Body and Soul, and Imogen Cunningham: A Portrait.

In 1971, her work was exhibited at Rencontres d’Arles festival in group exhibition. Her most recent works are simple photographs of people against a black backdrop.

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