James Friedman is an American photographer who lives in Columbus, Ohio. His last series is a vibrant collection of kisses photographed in public space. I do not remember any kissing between family members as I was growing up. It wasn’t until my mother was hospitalized for eight months, unable to speak, that we began to kiss good-bye before I would...
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