Four Rooms

If you don't know Ritty Tacsum's name, get with the programme. The experimental photographer's work is both disturbing and entrancing, and her non-traditional approach to subject matter has earned her major popularity in both the underground and the mainstream art scenes, also landing her a book-cover gig for Alex Vella Gera's Is-Sriep Reġgħu Saru Velenużi. The title of the exhibition, held at St James Cavalier, is self-explanatory: four rooms, depicting four different aspects of Ritty's being. Very faithful to her vision, and unapologetic in its portrayal of religious iconography and intimate scenarios, amongst other things, the exhibition resonates with the human psyche on various levels.

With Vivienne – the hat is to die for.

Sandro, Nicole, Mel, Luke, Vivienne and Maria.

Suit by Scotch & Soda | T-shirt by Topman | Loafers by Zara | Scarf by Fred Perry via Asos

Dress and bag by Zara | Shoes by sixtyseven

Sweatshirt by Kenzo | Skirt and bag by Zara | Shoes by Principles by Ben de Lisi at Debenhams

Four Rooms – A Project by Ritty Tacsum runs from the 18th of October to the 10th of November at the Upper Galleries in St James Cavalier. The book, These Four Rooms of Mine, featuring a four-part short story written by Loranne Vella, will be available on the 23rd of October.