Jemma Jacques’ two passions – anthropology and humanitarianism – are self-evident in the British, Los Angeles-based photographer’s black and white images of places and faces. Taken during several trips around the world, the tactile detail of her images accentuates surfaces and shadows, depicting subjects simultaneously realistic and mysteriously stylized. Brilliant reflections, flowing sunlight and gentle shadows evoke the soft hues of lives and monuments observed at a distance. This is
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