38 x 50 cm 

Indigo Offset Digital print

Fedrigoni Symbol Gloss 170 gsm


1st Edition of 20

Accompanied by an essay by MJ Corey


Our second solo-edit "Diana rests" recuperates this iconic image, so deeply embedded in our collective memory. The photograph captures 20-year-old Diana in 1981, a newly-wed princess attending the “Splendours of the Gonzaga” exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, slumping into her own shoulder as she dozed off during the event.


"Today, when the media resurrects this moment, she is often christened 'Sleeping Beauty'. Today, we know that she had been so busy being watched that she deserved her rest." 


MJ Corey is a Brooklyn-based psychotherapist and writer. She holds graduate degrees in Creative Nonfiction and Counseling Psychology from Columbia University. Known for Kardashian Kolloquium on TikTok and Instagram, she applies media theory to the Kardashian family. Her work has been featured in Refinery29, Paper Magazine, The New Yorker, and Vogue Magazine, among others. MJ has spoken at institutions like Parsons and the University of Pennsylvania and has been featured at the Museum of Modern Art.