Katrina d’Autremont


Contemporary Photographers

Photographers documenting their families’ lives are not uncommon. Something I noticed is that a lot of that kind of photography is centered on showing “action” and/or what I want to call “tokens”: It’s almost as if many people think that family life isn’t happening when there’s nothing going on, or spaces need things to be arranged in unusual ways to show signs of family life. Katrina d’Autremont’s Si Dios Quiere is a welcome deviation from this, and I think hers might be the best portrayal of family life I’ve seen in a very long time.