Jessica Craig-Martin loves to party. She attends the moneyed events of her peers, befriending guests at the buffet, or on the dance floor, and takes pictures of a reality at odds with the pomp and fizz of high society. Gnarled bejewelled hands pick at canapés, spindly liver-spotted wrists heave under the weight of precious metals… But it’s not an altogether disingenuous world view, there’s something affectionate about her approach. Your invite’s in the post.

Jessica Craig-Martin is represented by the Greenberg Van Doren Gallery 

It may have become the touchstone of any middle-aged post-divorce empowerment road trip but Thelma & Louise is extraordinary in its near-perfect screenplay (by Callie Khouri) and jaw-dropping cinematography. Sarandon and Davis play out freewheeling femininity in the deserts of the American West in Ridley Scott’s 1991 movie. Shirley Valentine, only with whiskey and guns rather than chips and egg.
Images from The Celluloid Phantom and DarkRealmFox

It may have become the touchstone of any middle-aged post-divorce empowerment road trip but Thelma & Louise is extraordinary in its near-perfect screenplay (by Callie Khouri) and jaw-dropping cinematography. Sarandon and Davis play out freewheeling femininity in the deserts of the American West in Ridley Scott’s 1991 movie. Shirley Valentine, only with whiskey and guns rather than chips and egg.

Images from The Celluloid Phantom and DarkRealmFox