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Jill Greenberg discusses the photography industry’s gender gap for TEDx Talks at Wabash College:

The discrimination against female photographers is unveiled by a world-renowned photographer. Walking us through her personal experience, Jill Greenberg explains the problem of only seeing the world from a man’s perspective. Jill Greenberg is a working photographer and director whose work is built on a foundation of the study of drawing and painting, semiotics and art history. Insights gained as a working photographer, when directed back at her gallery work, allows for a deconstruction of the image politics at work in our culture where pictures have become the de facto universal language. Jill Greenberg is a working photographer and director whose work is built on a foundation of the study of drawing and painting, semiotics and art history. Insights gained as a working photographer, when directed back at her gallery work, allows for a deconstruction of the image politics at work in our culture where pictures have become the de facto universal language. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx.

Watch Jill Greenberg’s TEDx Talk: The Female Lens

Browse Jill Greenberg’s work at ClampArt

Blog post by:
Raechel McCarthy, Director