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‘Concealed’: A Bangladesh Photographer’s Fight Against Loss of Female Identities


One of the main intentions of Habiba Nowrose’s work as a Bangladeshi photographer is to draw attention to the pressure Bangladesh society puts on women to always present their “beauty” in public. Nowrose’s conceptual photography project, “Concealed,” exposes the way women lose their identity, individuality and sense of self in the Bangladesh society. The faces of her models are always fully covered, representing the stripping away, loss and erasure of the personal stories, traumas and individuality of each subject, says the 29-year-old artist.

In this photo story, we take a glimpse into the “Concealed” world of Bangladesh women through Habiba Nowrose’s lens.