This project, entitled “Where The Boys Are,” takes its name from the Connie Francis song about longing and young love. Consisting of large scale photographs and appropriated imagery, I use gay iconography and specific references to the 1950s, 60s and 70s, to examine life before the AIDS epidemic. This project highlights the innocence and naivety of a lost generation.
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