An enormous chain of keys hangs from the belt loop of a man’s trousers, their weight threatening to pull his pants down. This photograph is representative of all the keys we have in our lives, says Israeli photographer Rubi Lebovitch. Keys to our house, the office, a bicycle lock, our parent’s home, keys we keep, but can’t remember their purpose....
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