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Gert Jochems : S by Gert Jochems

Gert Jochems : S

by Gert Jochems

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·Intensive and innovative series on sexuality in Flanders ·Includes an essay This is no dawn | Dit is geen dageraad by author David Van Reybrouck ·Gert Jochems has been selected as one of British Journal of Photography's twenty photographers to watch in 2013 How should we look at these pictures of photographer Gert Jochems? With lust or disgust? With dismay or emotion? With nostalgia or yearning? S is a major series of photographs, taken by Belgian photographer Gert Jochems. They look at the 'regular' lives of 'regular' Belgian people, all of whom lead unconventional lives in private. In these photos, Jochems is an invisible observer in private sitting rooms, bedrooms and basements. Text in English & Dutch.

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