Peul Bororo in Yohji Yamamoto 4
 
This series is part of my study about the impact of photography on people, and the psychological aspect in the interaction that occurs between the photographer and the sitter during a photo session. It also explores how important clothing and fashion are to humankind. [Related projects, “Confessions” (2007-14), “Dreaming Marilyns” (2012-13), “Skin” (1990-98).]

©The ETHNIK project (1987-88) by Laurent Elie Badessi is registered at the Library of Congress, Copyright Office.
 
 

This series is part of my study about the impact of photography on people, and the psychological aspect in the interaction that occurs between the photographer and the sitter during a photo session. It also explores how important clothing and fashion are to humankind. [Related projects, “Confessions” (2007-14), “Dreaming Marilyns” (2012-13), “Skin” (1990-98).]

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Peul Bororo in Yohji Yamamoto 4

Peul Bororo in Marithé & François Girbaud 4

Peul Bororo 2

Peul Bororo in Marithé & François Girbaud with child

Peul Bororo 7

Peul Bororo in Yohji Yamamoto 5

Peul Bororo 1

Peul Bororo in Yohji Yamamoto 1

Peul Bororo 6

Peul Bororo 9

Peul Bororo 11

Peul Bororo 5

Peul Bororo in Yohji Yamamoto 6

Peul Bororo 4

Touareg with child

Touareg 1

Touareg with child 3

Touareg with child 2

Touareg women on donkeys

Peul Bororo at night

Oasis, Haoussa in Per Spook

Sunset on Aïr, Haoussa in Claude Montana

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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©The ETHNIK project (1987-88) by Laurent Elie Badessi is registered at the Library of Congress, Copyright Office.

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This series is part of my study about the impact of photography on people, and the psychological aspect in the interaction that occurs between the photographer and the sitter during a photo session. It also explores how important clothing and fashion are to humankind. [Related projects, “Confessions” (2007-14), “Dreaming Marilyns” (2012-13), “Skin” (1990-98).]

©The ETHNIK project (1987-88) by Laurent Elie Badessi is registered at the Library of Congress, Copyright Office.