By taking her inspiration from classical painting, Elene Usdin paints on her photographs the emotions hidden behind the calm of her adolescent models. Transforming each of her prints into a unique piece, she questions a certain view that photography is defined by its reproducibility. As reinforced by the contrast between the brief instant of taking the shot and the hours...
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