Some works immediately become part of a tradition, extending the tradition, bringing it up to date, surpassing it, or at least offer news perspectives. This is true for Darcy Padilla’s Julie Project, an account of her meeting on February 28th, 1993, with the subject of this extraordinary portrait, and the relationship that would last until Julie’s death on September 27th, 2010.
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