‘Art begins with difficulty’ – André Gide According to me, a photograph, like any other work, has to result from a ‘difficulty’. It has to relieve the moment of fight, surpassing itself, rebellion or pain that gave it life. I particularly like these moments where I stage myself showing contempt for comfort, warmth and ease. I like to think that […]
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