“Intimate Revolts” is an exhibition project and an artist’s book that brings together several photographic series produced over the past ten years. Built with the collaboration of participants of long interviews, these staged photographs are attempts to occupy spaces of resistance. “It is said that intimacy is linked to the art of talking about life, and it is precisely this...
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