This week the W
photo department awaits the release of Lise Sarfati's new book, She
, (Twin Palms) in which she photographs four women over time, —those in between quiet moments at home, in coffee shops, in the desert—available July 16. Quentin Baja, the newly-appointed chief curator of photography at The Museum of Modern Art, sums up the Sarfati's appeal in his featured essay: "She gives us embryos of fiction that never come to term; suggestions—more than propositions—that seem to develop in-between the images rather than within each image, like the unpredictable weed growing wild from the grooves between cobblestones."
Above, excerpts from ShePhotos: © Lise Sarfati