In 2004, the then-16-year old Anaïs Kugel, aka Julie Cerise, traveled from France to the United States and there discovered that photography took a growing place in her life. Creating portraits of herself and acquaintances, she built a visual world that mixes her dreams with memories of clowns, theaters, and her father’s paintings.
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