The face of a little girl, a bikini. A three-day beard and checkered boxers. For his entire life, Angela Grippi struggled with his womanhood. It was a deep-seated malaise that eventually led him to become a man, Simone. Alessia Bernardini’s artist’s book, Becoming Simone, an intimate, visual journal that documents this metamorphosis, is marvelous.
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