The photographer Brenda Ann Kenneally traveled across the country to highlight the prevalence of food insecurity among families. To her, the images only begin to tell the story of struggle.
This weekend, the entire issue of The New York Times Magazine is devoted to the topic of families and food insecurity, the lack of consistent access to healthy meals that affects millions in America. The issue features 18 images by the photographer Brenda Ann Kenneally, who, in the spirit of Dorothea Lange’s Dust Bowl journeys, took a 92-day trip from New York to California in a camper to document those who were struggling. The pictures are part of a collaboration between the magazine and the National desk that includes an online multimedia package.
A gripping look behind prison walls. By request of Noorderlicht, guest curators Hester Keijser and Pete Brook have brought together work by eleven women photographers, presenting quite unexpected photography of great variety, revealing life behind bars. Artists include: Araminta de Clermont, Amy Elkins, Alyse Emdur, Christiane Feser, Brenda Ann Kenneally, Jane Lindsay, Deborah Luster, Nathalie Mohadjer, Yana Payusova, Lizzie Sadin, Lori Waselchuk.