Michael Søndergaard’s very personal collection needs no addition nor endorsement, even from a friend. His glamorous yet questioning images speak for themselves and for his own fascination with youth and its need for self-expression. I long for the day when every veil can be set aside, all disguise discarded, so each of us whatever our gender, sexuality, age and ancestry can proudly be ourselves, and free to fly like the birds who flutter through these unique photographs. They have beady eyes, sharp beaks and feathers to protect themselves, whether in dangerous flight or safely roosting. And whatever they are at, they...
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