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Dior Talks is an ongoing series of compelling podcasts that explore the House’s position at the intersection of art, culture and society. Featuring a rotating lineup of specialized hosts, each series examines a particular theme, with topics as varying as feminist art, styling and the environment, as well as informative discussions on the heritage of the House itself. Both Maria Grazia Chiuri and Kim Jones, since their respective arrivals, have produced collections that ask big questions, and both have been notable for their regular collaborations with a broad and sometimes surprising spectrum of artists, performers, writers and intellectuals. 
Dior Talks continues this level of interactive dialogue with a diverse range of guests who, through informal but informative conversations, open up about their areas of expertise and discuss their careers while delving as well as their interactions with the house of Dior.  

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Dior Talks is an ongoing series of compelling podcasts that explore the House’s position at the intersection of art, culture and society. Featuring a rotating lineup of specialized hosts, each series examines a particular theme, with topics as varying as feminist art, styling and the environment, as well as informative discussions on the heritage of the House itself. Both Maria Grazia Chiuri and Kim Jones, since their respective arrivals, have produced collections that ask big questions, and both have been notable for their regular collaborations with a broad and sometimes surprising spectrum of artists, performers, writers and intellectuals. 
Dior Talks continues this level of interactive dialogue with a diverse range of guests who, through informal but informative conversations, open up about their areas of expertise and discuss their careers while delving as well as their interactions with the house of Dior.  

    [Female gaze] Lean Lui, a brilliant young Hong Kong-based fashion and art photographer, discusses her burgeoning career

    [Female gaze] Lean Lui, a brilliant young Hong Kong-based fashion and art photographer, discusses her burgeoning career

    Welcome to this seventh episode of the new Dior Talks series ‘The Female Gaze’. With the term developed in response to the writings of feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, this podcast series will explore how the work of the female photographers and creatives collaborating with Dior offers a radically new and progressive image of women.
    In this episode, series host Charlotte Jansen, a British journalist and author, speaks with Lean Lui, a young photographer making major strides in the worlds of fashion and art imagery with her development of a dreamlike, metaphorical, emotional aesthetic. Self-taught, she only began taking pictures seriously two years ago when she was nineteen, the same age at which, incredibly, she also published her first book. She first picked up a camera when she was six years old and has been fascinated with image-making ever since. On the eve of her move to London to start an MA at Central Saint Martins, she is in great demand for fashion, editorial and gallery-based work.
    Now twenty-one years old, Lean Lui was born and lives in Hong Kong. She credits her interest in the photography to her early fascination with its chemical processes and arbitrary, analogue roots. Her love of this vintage aesthetic combined with a childhood obsession with reality TV modeling shows, and she started taking pictures of her friends and cousins while other children were in the playground. As she grew older, she developed a passion for the Surrealists and ‘wabi-sabi’, the Japanese aesthetic of transience and imperfection. Her greatest influences have always been painters and thinkers rather than other photographers. In the last couple of years, she has shot for Vogue Italia, VICE Magazine and Figaro HK, as well as the recent ‘Secret Garden’ shoot for Dior Magazine.
    In this week’s episode, Charlotte Jansen asks Lean Lui about her influences and ambitions for the future and her own particular approach to feminism and expanding notions of the female gaze. Lui describes herself as a solitary child, more interested in creating her own worlds and forming her own visual language than following the status quo. As she gets ready to embark on her MA at Central Saint Martins in London, she elaborates on her own 21st-century feminism and already considerable body of work, including her landmark series of images ‘Teenage Problems’ in which she captured a group of girls navigating their place in the world.

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    [Female gaze] Photographer Sarah Waiswa speaks about her work documenting the varied social issues of the African continent

    [Female gaze] Photographer Sarah Waiswa speaks about her work documenting the varied social issues of the African continent

    Welcome to this sixth episode of the new Dior Talks series ‘The Female Gaze’. With the term developed in response to the writings of feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, this podcast series will explore how the work of the female photographers and creatives collaborating with Dior offers a radically new and progressive image of women.
    In this episode, series host Charlotte Jansen, a British journalist and author, speaks with Sarah Waiswa about her life and career. Waiswa is a documentary and portrait photographer who has dedicated her practice to the study and portrayal of the people of her home continent, in all their extraordinary variety. She takes a very contemporary approach to examining social issues, avoiding trap of the clichés, and views herself as a visual poet and storyteller.
    Sarah Waiswa was born in Uganda during the time of the brutal dictatorship of Idi Amin, with her family forced to flee shortly afterwards. She grew up in Nairobi, Kenya, where she lives and works to this day. A self-taught photographer, having originally studied psychology and sociology in the US, it was her fascination with social topics in Kenya and the wider region which led her to take up the camera. She has photographed many subjects in many countries, and in 2016 won the prestigious Rencontres d’Arles Discovery Award for her moving and incisive project on the persecution of albinos in sub-Saharan Africa. Waiswa documents what she calls a ‘new African identity’ and is much focused on how the continent and its inhabitants portray themselves and are portrayed by the rest of the world.
    In this week’s episode, Jansen and Waiswa discuss the strains of lockdown, motherhood and her unlikely route to photography. They also discuss how the camera was a tool of colonialism almost as deadly as the gun, and how images have been used to both dominate and demean African nations and peoples. Creative Director of Women’s collections Maria Grazia Chiuri was inspired by Waiswa’s journey as a female African photographer and invited her, along with five other women photographers from the continent, to collaborate on shooting the cruise 2020 collection.

    • 29 мин.
    [Female gaze] Fashion photographer Brigitte Niedermair discusses the roots and inspirations for her extraordinary and distinctive aesthetic

    [Female gaze] Fashion photographer Brigitte Niedermair discusses the roots and inspirations for her extraordinary and distinctive aesthetic

    Welcome to this fifth episode of the new Dior Talks series ‘The Female Gaze’. With the term developed in response to the writings of feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, this podcast series will explore how the work of the female photographers and creatives collaborating with Dior offers a radically new and progressive image of women.
    In this episode, series host Charlotte Jansen, a British journalist and author, chats with Brigitte Niedermair, a fashion photographer who, over twenty five years, has developed and honed a highly individual approach to creating the fashion image, upending stereotypes about the genre, and expanding the parameters through which we understand the portrayal of women, and also how we view the female gaze.
    Brigitte Niedermair was born in the South Tyrol region of Italy in 1971. After dropping out of a photography course, she eventually ended up in the U.S. She worked as a casting director and photographer’s assistant, before taking up the camera herself. She spent ten years constantly on the road, shooting at the highest levels of the industry, using her self-belief and determination to push boundaries and succeed in a stultifyingly male-dominated world. She moved back to her home region in the 2000s, where she has since been based and has always considered her style and creative force to be deeply influenced by her origins. Her editorial work has been published widely and she has staged monographic exhibitions of her patiently composed images worldwide, including a major solo show at the Palazzo Mocenigo as part of the Venice Biennale in 2019. In 2017, she shot Maria Grazia Chiuri’s first collection for the House for Dior Magazine, returning to shoot the autumn-winter 2019 and spring-summer 2020 campaigns, as well as the new fall 2020 campaign, which she also art directed, starring Jennifer Lawrence.
    In this week’s episode, Charlotte meets with Niedermair virtually at her mountain home and they talk about her experience of lockdown, her thoughts on her own journey as a woman photographer, both in Italy and the wider world, and the profound and varied ideas behind her starkly elegant work. Originally fascinated by painting, Niedermair was eventually drawn to the sense of reality required by photography and its relative newness as a means of image creation. She reflects on this combination of the concrete, the modern and the immediate, which has long drawn her to the camera.

    • 29 мин.
    [Female gaze] Brigitte Lacombe discusses her extraordinary career capturing the inner lives of her internationally celebrated subjects

    [Female gaze] Brigitte Lacombe discusses her extraordinary career capturing the inner lives of her internationally celebrated subjects

    Welcome to this fourth episode of the new Dior Talks series ‘The Female Gaze’. With the term developed in response to the writings of feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, this podcast series will explore how the work of the female photographers and creatives collaborating with Dior offers a radically new and progressive image of women.
    In this episode, series host Charlotte Jansen, a British journalist and author, speaks with Brigitte Lacombe, the French-born New Yorker who has made an esteemed career photographing major figures in Hollywood and the world of theater from a unique point of view. Her ‘behind-the-scenes’ images of iconic figures have brought a specialist and specific angle to the concept of the ‘female gaze’. 
    Brigitte Lacombe was raised in the Gard region of southern France and began her career working in the black and white photography lab of Elle magazine in Paris. Her first break came when she traveled to the 1975 Festival de Cannes where she met actors Dustin Hoffman and Donald Sutherland. From this point she started to shoot on film sets, documenting the making of the movies of Martin Scorsese, Sam Mendes, David Mamet and others. Over the years she has developed a strikingly intimate, private aesthetic, subverting the traditional posturing associated with fame and moving beyond the classic idea of celluloid celebrity.
    Here, Lacombe discusses her approach to image-making over more than four decades and how her vision has evolved during her time working in a movie industry which has undergone immense political and social changes. She examines the development of her style, of which Creative Director of Women’s collections Maria Grazia Chiuri is a great admirer, which led to her inviting Lacombe to shoot several campaigns, including two featuring actress and muse Jennifer Lawrence.

    • 30 мин.
    [Female gaze] Janette Beckman discusses her long career and how she brought her backstage aesthetic to the world of Dior

    [Female gaze] Janette Beckman discusses her long career and how she brought her backstage aesthetic to the world of Dior

    Welcome to this third episode of the new Dior Talks series ‘The Female Gaze’. With the term developed in response to the writings of feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, this podcast series will explore how the work of the female photographers and creatives collaborating with Dior offers a radically new and progressive image of women. 
    In this episode, series host Charlotte Jansen, a British journalist and author, speaks with Janette Beckman, the London-born, New York-based documentary photographer who shot the autumn-winter 2019 campaign. Beckman’s remarkable career spans more than four decades, during which time she has photographed the rock and punk legends of the UK and USA, the emerging hip-hop generation in the early ’80s and numerous iconic album covers.
    Janette Beckman was raised in North London and attended St. Martins School of Art before studying photography at the London College of Communication. She was already working for legendary music magazines Sounds, Melody Maker and The Face in the late ’70s and early ’80s and her first assignment was for the group Siouxsie and the Banshees. On moving to New York in 1982, her gritty aesthetic ruffled feathers in the context of the air-brushed style of most album covers of the time. Her response was to focus on the new and revolutionary hip-hop scene, photographing Public Enemy, The Beastie Boys and LL Cool J amongst many others.
    In this week’s episode, Beckman discusses her experiences of being a young woman and a foreigner in the New York music and photography scenes at a seminal yet very different time. She ruminates on the notion of the outsider and issues of appropriation, and how her origins in London’s punk culture contributed to the curiosity that spurred her entrée into the rap scene rising in New York’s outer boroughs. She also discusses her own ‘female gaze’ and how she captured, with her direct and irreverent eye, the intimate and typically unseen moments in the creation of the spring-summer 2017 collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut at the House.  
    Discover a selection of works: 
    The Women Behind the Lens x Janette Beckman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AYU2mjfIPA
    Janette Beckman, Dior Backstage, Spring-Summer 2017 https://www.dior.com/diormag/fr_be/article/les-photos-de-janette-beckman
    Janette Beckman, Dior Fall-Winter 2019 https://janettebeckman.com/new-work/dior-1/
    Janette Beckman, Mods Streatham, 1976 https://janettebeckman.com/uk-youth/#2
    Janette Beckman, LL Cool J, 1985 https://janettebeckman.com/hip-hop/#5
    Janette Beckman, Salt ‘N Pepa, 1987 https://janettebeckman.com/hip-hop/sp/
    Martha Cooper http://www.stevenkasher.com/artists/martha-cooper
    ‘Girl On Girl’, Charlotte Jansen https://smarturl.it/girlongirl (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__smarturl.it_girlongirl&d=DwMFaQ&c=uSEuY5DFUpK1tHJgduTViA&r=pdJE7C3o98ml0I_D4j_R9j_USvnhFDVX5Q2SwAAIVB8&m=pjcv0bwlz6fQEyzOjqWuaWHVPBfHCmunc0Yh3pkJu2Q&s=IqbeL-zNRMe7C0jgAMLH6pwqCMAGPcgNm714Q03jYTw&e=)

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    [Female gaze] Maripol discusses her long and fascinating career in New York and her photographic collaborations with Dior

    [Female gaze] Maripol discusses her long and fascinating career in New York and her photographic collaborations with Dior

    Welcome to this second episode of the new Dior Talks series ‘The Female Gaze’. With the term developed in response to the writings of feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, this podcast series which explore how the work of the female photographers and creatives collaborating with Dior offers a radically new and progressive image of women. 
    In this episode, series host Charlotte Jansen, a British journalist and author, speaks with Maripol, an icon of 1980s culture in New York and an influential artist, filmmaker, designer and stylist. Maripol discusses her extraordinary career and her passions and influences from her childhood in France to the heady days and multidisciplinary inspirations of Manhattan, and her photographic collaborations with Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Women’s collections.
    Having moved to New York City in 1976 at the age of 20 with her then-boyfriend Edo Bertoglio, the Swiss photographer and director with whom she would have a highly fruitful artistic collaboration, Maripol became art director of Fiorucci by the early ‘80s, before opening her own boutique, Maripolitan, in the mid-80s. She was Madonna’s stylist for her first two iconic albums, creating the famous look for Like a Virgin, and also made numerous documentary films. She directed The Message, about the life of Keith Haring, and also produced Downtown 81, starring Jean-Michel Basquiat and Blondie. She is noted for her pioneering use of the Polaroid camera – her first SX-70 was a gift from Bertoglio – particularly for fashion photography and portraiture, and in 2014 published a book of her work, MARIPOLARAMA.
    Always outspoken and audacious, she divulges her unique take on life, culture and feminism in this episode. She has always collaborated with remarkable individuals and has always been fascinated with fashion. She brought to it her broad education in the arts and her rebellious, punk sensibility, and as soon as she landed in New York, people noticed her for her unique style and self-made accessories. She fully embraced the collaborative spirit of the city at that time and has been creating and working with like-minded pioneers ever since, most recently with her Polaroid shoots of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collections.

    Discover a selection of works: 
    - "The Women Behind the Lens: Maripol, Dior Mag, 20th March 2016 https://www.dior.com/diormag/en_hk/article/the-photos-of-maripol 
    -  "The Photos of Maripol", Dior Mag, 20th March 2016 https://www.dior.com/diormag/en_hk/article/the-photos-of-maripol 
    - Backstage Dior Spring-Summer ready-to-wear 2017 by Maripol https://vimeo.com/306933860 (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__vimeo.com_306933860&d=DwMFaQ&c=uSEuY5DFUpK1tHJgduTViA&r=ZoeRpUxF1WoTBmmViDtGtcGdrSzNU_CAXXCpWvrvP6g&m=_iPUQoz7lWDGm5B5l7smaYonik5VZKfxtGVR2ACqdVo&s=An0S3zQPbp3BWp6sy4zTaDZLHB5c3tYDB3Ut0PKYfBw&e=)
    Grace Jones by Maripol at Studio 54, 1979https://www.phillips.com/detail/maripol/NY000309/289 (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.phillips.com_detail_maripol_NY000309_289&d=DwMFaQ&c=uSEuY5DFUpK1tHJgduTViA&r=ZoeRpUxF1WoTBmmViDtGtcGdrSzNU_CAXXCpWvrvP6g&m=_iPUQoz7lWDGm5B5l7smaYonik5VZKfxtGVR2ACqdVo&s=OY8HrBMVs9ITHKMrKVXrDASbIVYLxYQK4yRhUgc33es&e=) 
    -  Hanra, "Maripol: Did I discover Madonna? She discovered me!", The Guardian, 2015https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2015/mar/20/maripol-madonna-photographer-stylist-polaroids-exhibition (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.theguardian.com_fashion_2015_mar_20_maripol-2Dmadonna-2Dphotographer-2Dstylist-2Dpolaroids-2Dexhibition&d=DwMFaQ&c=uSEuY5DFUpK1tHJgduTViA&r=ZoeRpUxF1WoTBmmViDtGtcGdrSzNU_CAXXCpWvrvP6g&m=_iPUQoz7lWDGm5B5l7smaYonik5VZKfxtGVR2ACqdVo&s=ZukXFZTLxhVMGJ26wCwbHZBwuzhezXEGysYbJfyUaWM&e=)
    - Debbie Harry by Maripol, 1980https://www.absolutart.com/us/artist/maripol/artwork/deborah-harry-1980/ (https

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