From 2005 to 2009, French born photographer Martine Fougeron aimed her curious camera at her two adolescent sons. For four years, this New York City resident captured the fleeting moments of their coming of age, focusing on the delicate balance between youth and maturity, innocence and awareness. Her intimate perspective brings a new dimension to the private life of teenage boys and is the power behind her latest project, “Tête à Tête: Intimate Portraits of Two Adolescent Sons”.
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