After having achieved phenomenal success with his first book ‘Wrong’, Asger Carlsen has now pushed the question of photographic truth even further with his second book ‘Hester’, which has recently been released by Morel Books. To find out more about ‘Hester’ and Asger Carlsen’s practice in general I decided to ask this unique, original and fascinating artist a few questions.
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