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Brother High, 2002

Photograph

Gelatin Silver print

Edition of 5

This work is signed on the frame.

PRICE: $2,500
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    About The Work

    Mapping the projected desires and motivations of his subjects, the deeply psychological work of Leigh Ledare interweaves a variety of media and imagery. His notorious 2008 book, Pretend You’re Actually Alive, contains a series of highly explicit images featuring the artist’s mother, Tina Peterson. Interspersed with tender portraits of Peterson and various family members, the project transgressed social structure and taboo, providing a raw documentation of familial relationships. This powerful black and white image, Brother High, depicts Ledare’s brother, his face contorted due to severe intoxication. 

    About Leigh Ledare

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    • Edition 2 of 5.

    • This work is framed. Frame measurements are 14.00" x 9.50".
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