Judy Dater, Self Portrait in Mist, 1980. Silver gelatin print. 20 x 16 in. © Judy Dater, courtesy the artist. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas.
Judy Dater is an American photographer and feminist. She uses photography as an instrument for traditional conceptions of the female body. She was influenced by the vital cultural intersection of photography, feminism and the second wave of feminism which started in the 1960s and lasted up until the 1980s. Dater is also known for her self-portraits. She often creates characters that embody the conscious and the unconscious concerns that women have.
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Judy Dater, "Twinka and Tree," 1970
Judy Dater, "Imogen and Twinka at Yosemite," 1974
Judy Dater, "Linda's Dream," 1975
Judy Dater, "Self Portrait in Mist," 1980
Judy Dater, "Tai Chi Woman," 1997
Laura Aguilar, "Stillness #36, #37, #38, #39, #40, #41," 1999
Dorothy Cross, "Arms," 1996
Isaac Julien, "Masquerade No. 3 (Looking For Langston Vintage Series)," 1989/2016
Robyn O'Neil, "The fallen one (There does come a time when laughs become sighs; we put all to rest, we said our goodbyes.)," 2009