‘Poses’

“Poses” is an artistic observation and criticism of the absurd and artificial world of glamor and fashion magazines, particularly the distorted image of women in fashion magazines that do not represent real women.

Using the impossible positions of fashion editorials, a group of real women to move these poses everyday scenes: the tail of a museum, supermarket or a traffic light, causing the reaction of the audience.”

This is a humorous film by Yolanda Dominguez but while the industry is held to account, one does have to wonder if fashion photogrpahy has a duty to portray realism, a question that is muddied by the use of real women and the quest for diversity in female representation.

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