Often misinterpreted as strictly documentary photography, Slava Mogutin’s conceptual work reeks authenticity with an editorial flare. Comprised of seventeen chronological chapters with titles ranging from “Sister Act”, “Bro Blowin’ Shotties”, to “Red Beaver Mama”, Mogutin’s latest photography book, Bros & Brosephines, explores the heteronormative constructs of masculinity. During the shoots, Mogutin encouraged his subjects to engage in gender-play. From the...
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