The book Pinky Promise is an investigation in which photography is just one of the many tools used to represent, as accurately as possible, a difficult subject: the sexual abuse of children. These stylistically diverse photographs—from classic black and white to more journalistic color—are accompanied by personal and medical reports which make this study an exhaustive document of a highly developed phenomenon in South Africa, the artist’s home country.
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