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."

Photos: © Lise Sarfati