For nearly a decade, Jess T. Dugan has explored issues of gender, sexuality, and identity through intimate portraits of herself and others. Working within the framework of the queer community, and from her actively constructed sense of masculinity, Dugan's photographs examine the intersection between private and individual identity, and the search for intimate connection with others. Dugan's beautifully vulnerable and honest portraits are brought together in her new monograph Every breath we drew published by Daylight Books.
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