Presentation by Le bec en l'air:
"Denis Dailleux, who lives in Cairo, never stops unveiling the Egyptian people since falling in love with them fifteen years ago.
Mères et fils (or Mothers and Sons) is certainly his most personal and most unsettling series. With modesty and tact, he photographs the intimacy of families where the son's love for his mother resonates like a universally touching ode.
The photographer received a World Press Photo Award for this work in the «Staged Portrait» category."
For this series, the artist focused on a group of men that are bodybuilders.
64 pages - Softcover with flaps
Le Bec en l'air, 2014
Format : 24.2 x 22 cm
New - Mint condition
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