Having discovered one day that his son had suddenly went from being a child to a being young adult, the photographer Steeve Iuncker became interested in this moment of “transition” and “passage.” He spent several years conducting research into the passage from childhood to adulthood and questioning the absence of clearly identified rites in our secular societies.
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