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Jacqueline Hassink

Jacqueline Hassink is well known within the photography arena for having created bodies of work, brilliantly designed as books and exhibition prints that centre on the theme of economic power. The Table of Power (1993-1995), Banks (1995-1996), Female Power Stations: Queen Bees (1996-2000) and Mindscapes (1998-2003) are all visual, graphic and sociological mappings of the axes of global economic structures. Hassink is a visiting Professor at Harvard University in Conceptual Photography and a winner of the prestigious Rencontres Arles Unlimited Award. Her work has been show extensively in Europe, the USA and Japan.
 
Irma Boom is an Amsterdam-based graphic designer specialising in book design. Since 1992 Boom has been a critic at Yale University. She has been the recipient of many awards and was the youngest ever laureate to receive the prestigious Gutenberg prize for her complete oeuvre.
 
Charlotte Cotton is a leading photography critic and curator. Her books include The Photograph as Contemporary Art (Thames & Hudson, 2004).

Works

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Domains of Influence
Arab Women Business Leaders in a New Economy

I.B. Tauris
This remarkable collection of photographic ‘portraits’ of leading businesswomen from right across the Arab world is a unique testament to the impact made on...
Jacqueline Hassink

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