Sarah Moon’s photographs
Photographs by Sarah Moon
Thames & Hudson
Sarah Moon’s photographs became significantly over exposed (pun intended) in the 1970s
and early 80s. This retrospective of her work from the 90s and the year 2000 shows a very
different range of images, mostly in monochrome, with a much more dark and mysterious
air to them. These are stunningly interesting images, in their own right and also from the
perspective of showing how a photographer’s work can change significantly over their
career. Over some 280 pages a wide range of images, many of which have a very cinematic
feel to them, we are treated to images that explore often quite personal scenarios for Moon.
No digital manipulation here but good, straight photography. Recommended.