Mother’s Day 2020 I was fascinated with the experience of pregnancy and wanted to record my own physical state. Later I continued photographing pregnant friends aiming to express the beauty a woman feels in her body that contains another one. Whatever discomforts she may bear seem trifling compared to the sacred power of her new female identity, as if she contains the whole world and is suddenly connected to all other mothers and to the cycle of generations, past and future. But she keeps these thoughts to herself while all the attention is focused on the infant, not on the...
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