With “Fotomonday“, each week we showcase the work of women photographers from around the world.
In our society, we have very specific expectations about the dichotomy of gender and the roles that each gender should adopt. However, this dichotomy is not an exclusive point of view. I attempt to question this hypothesis by making portraits of men and women whose identities slip out of the norms. Through these portraits, I try to show that there are several ways of living our lives as human beings.
Anne-Sophie Guillet (b. 1989, Oxford, UK) is an award winning photographer who works and lives in Brussels, Belgium. She received her MFA in visual arts / photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels in 2013.
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