Under the title of Screams in the Night, is hidden the caption of each of the photographs that Guy Monnet brought back from the Philippines. The people and places he photographed are on the margins of the sex paradises of Manila or Angeles frequented by foreign tourists, and are part of an ordinary prostitution, miserable and rather intended for the inhabitants of the Philippine archipelago. The photographic project was born of the photographer’s indignation at the humiliating living conditions of women who make a meager trade of their bodies, immersed in insalubrity and exposed to daily violence. As shocking as...
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