Lara Gasparotto shows us life as it is : spontaneous, but photographed in the raw, sometimes provocative, then very intimate, black and white pictures opposed to explosions of colour. At a young age, she photographed her friends in everyday life . Lara follows these friends through the years. Her photographs seems at first sight accidental , but these images stick. Moments of stolen happiness and intimacy , photographed without any pretention.
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