Trish Morrissey, (born 1967 in Ireland; lives and works in London) graduated in photography at the University of the Arts in London in 2001. Her work mainly relies on photography by simulating a specifically constructed reality, playing on the binary pair: truth/ representation. Trish Morrissey’s photographs become an instrument to criticize and question family unity and its quintessential manifesto, the family portrait that displays similarities, proximities, hierarchies, and inner orders.
Annual Report for the Museum of Motherhood and Goals for 2021
The Museum of Motherhood is proud to be included in Joshua Ginsberg’s new book, Secret Tampa Bay: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure, published by Reedy Press. This guide to the obscure helps unlock secret spots in and around the city including some of the most intriguing and entertaining surprises. Join in aContinue reading “MOM Museum: Reedy Press & Joshua Ginsberg’s New Book Secret Tampa Bay”
By Aster Woods Can you imagine a scenario that would finally push you over the edge? Or do you just keep telling yourself you can handle anything? For people who care for others, hitting rock bottom is often an abstract principle. You do whatever it takes to keep on going. Because what’s the alternative? Really?Continue reading “Accepting Help”