a street portrait of me (from New York?) has faded and transferred onto the transparent sheet it was mounted behind. the second photo, where i look like a pope, is just the plastic sheet itself, held up against the light.
The American photographer’s new monograph, I Heart Girl, is an unflinching and real look at the beauty of diversity and the female body.
this is a fantastic interview.
“It’s an impossible task to de-sexualise women. I think sexual identity is important for the self and I care about celebrating and honouring what resonates with how each subject chooses to express herself. I’m merely capturing and presenting a facet of women, what the viewer does with that information is her business!”
unpicking gender with the raw photography of jessica yatrofsky | read | i-D
Yay…featured in New York’s “Clear Nude” Magazine
image © Maxoperandi | Nov 2012