“I have so far photographed the girls, summoning through them my childhood and adolescence. In these works, the rare male presences still served as extras. In this work I wanted to explore male identity in a transition period at the end of adolescence. When and how does a boy become a man? What are the signs of this transformation? How is it different from previous generations? By questioning the masculine identity at the passage to adulthood, I approach the notions of gender and otherness at the beginning of the 21st century. I did this work in St Petersburg where a...
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