“To photograph people, you have to love them”. Antanas Sutkus We all need love. Today, more than ever, the photographic image is this tool with which we arm ourselves in search of love. We click, we like, we share, we use this word “love”, by distributing it, by splitting it without counting. With one goal: to be loved in return. We want to be in control of the situation, but we are trapped in the absurdity of this crazy race for fast consumption. Frustrated, emptied, lost, we need a true, pure, disinterested source. Antanas Sutkus (born in 1939) captured love...
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