Whitney Hubbs, Self-Portrait, “Tryung Not to Think Too Much About Things”
Whitney Hubbs (1977) likes to question the female form with disjointed self-portraits and abstract fragmented images of her models’ body parts. The American photographer privileges minimalist black-and-white pictures that play with light and shadows while enhancing a feel of sensuality and mystery. When she doesn’t portray bodies, Whitney Hubbs concentrates on landscapes she observes in a similar manner, using the contrasts of light and darkness to reveal sensuous curves, raw perspectives and geometric forms. An obsessional examination of the traces nature transmits on bodies and lands.