A ROOM OF HER OWN: Inside the Homes and Lives of Creative Women by Robyn Lea (HB)
Meet the creative women who are living life on their own terms in this stunning photographic survey of the most original homes and interiors.
A Room of Her Own features the dazzling homes of twenty extraordinary women around the globe. Across sitting rooms and studios, salon-style hangs and table settings, this is a book of daring inspiration.
In this new Renaissance period – a time of artistic, cultural and intellectual rebirth – these women have chosen to carve out their own space to live creatively. Artists, designers, makers and curators invite us into their domestic and professional domains to reveal a world of meaning and purpose beyond status and consumerism.
Now, more than ever, we are searching for new ways of thinking, new ways of living. These pages are filled with beautiful rooms, but Robyn Lea’s gorgeous photography and evocative texts look beyond the aesthetics to explore the ideals and practices of these women and guide us all on a new and exciting path forward.
A Room of Her Own is a manifesto for the 21st century.
About the Author
Australian photographer, author and director Robyn Lea has been working internationally for over 20 years. Author of the best-selling Dinner with Jackson Pollock (Assouline, 2015), her critically acclaimed work has featured in The New York Times, Vogue USA, Vogue Italia, Vogue Living, Time and Elle Decoration UK, among other publications.
Lea is also an exhibiting photographic artist, having had more than ten solo exhibitions, including at the prestigious Vittoriano Museum in Rome in 2015.
Robyn Lea | Thames & Hudson | March 2021 | Hardback | 240 pages | 29.7 x 22.3 x 2.5cm | 1.49kg