Text contributions by: Laia Abril, Irene L. Brantley, Donna Ferrato, Ruth M. Glenn, Suzanne Lacy, Ksenia Nouril, Catherine Opie, Sangi Ravichandran, Elias Rodriques, Drew Sawyer, Paige L. Sweet and Carmen Winan

A Brand New End illuminates the often invisible experiences of women, as well as feminist strategies for survival, revolt and self-determination. It highlights the power of print to depict how women view themselves, and how photography can serve as a tool in the struggle for individual autonomy and self-representation. Through its expansive consideration of image making, domestic violence and the larger feminist movement, A Brand New End critically examines the problems and possibilities of visualizing domestic violence and survival.

This book was published in conjunction with the exhibition A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures by Carmen Winant, presented at The Print Center April - July 2022.

A Brand New End has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

Book Launch + Panel Discussion: A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures from The Print Center on Vimeo.