Probably one of the most discussed series and book of this Spring 2014 (with articles in Time Light Box, Lens Culture, The New Yorker, The Huffington Post, etc.), Touching Strangers is a really powerful body of work.
Richard Renaldi worked from a very simple idea: asking random people, passerbys or else, to pose together for a portrait, touching one another, despite the fact that they have never met. And the result is really impressive, as the images really convey the feelings really strongly, whether it is awkwardness, arrogance, happiness or even desire.
A really beautiful book.
128 pages - Hardcover w/ DJ
New - Mint condition
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