The Culture of Barbers Since 2018 I have been photographing barbers in their shops. I was fascinated and intrigued by these barber poles on every street corner. I was sneaking photos through the windows. I wanted to enter. I don’t have a beard. I am a girl. This photographic report tends to make discover a trade present in different cultures, a way of thinking, a relationship between the barber and his client and the tools. There is a barber for each hair, each ethnic group. All the barbers I have met are self-taught, learned by themselves through youtube, internet, their...
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