Jeannine Unsen's images of women, often in static pose in carefully crafted settings, address questions of vulnerability, identity and representation. Indeed, the timeless contexts in which the figures appear seem to emerge from the photographer's own inner journeying, or transport the viewer into a nether world between dream and reality. The work of this artist, elaborated with great sensitivity, focusses on portraits staged with an almost over-the-top love of detail.
Jeannine Unsen (*1975, Luxembourg) lives and works in Luxembourg. Since the 2000s, her work has been shown in Luxembourg and abroad, for example Paris and Arles (France), Pingyao (China) and Gothenburg (Sweden).