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THEY DON’T TEACH FRENCH IN JAIL
Breaking Bad meme: characters [1/??]"well, then why should we do anything more than once? should i just smoke this one cigarette? maybe we should only have sex once, if it’s the same thing. should we just watch one sunset? or live just one day? because it’s new every time. each time is a different experience."
America’s Last Traveling SideshowIn a business in which novelty and rarity are currency, World of Wonders is its own spectacle: It is the very last touring American sideshow. When husband and wife photography duo Jimmy and Dena Katz heard about this unique group online, they were instantly intrigued. “We’re always looking for American subcultures that have a very strong visual element to them that are also very honest,” Jimmy Katz said. “This is not like people dressing up for Halloween. That’s what the appeal of this was to us. These are people living a real lifestyle that is outside the realm of society.”
After some initial hesitation, the folks behind World of Wonders agreed to be photographed. Subsequently, the Katzes spent three years on and off photographing the roaming troupe, traveling to spend time with them along their tour in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida. They captured their subjects with a large-format 4-by-5 camera, resulting in images rich with detail and striking tones that are collected in the book World of Wonders. “We wanted to make sure this was not really a documentary project in a traditional sense,” Jimmy Katz said. “We really wanted to do environmental portraits with them, using them more in a casual way the way someone would normally shoot with a Leica. We tried to get certain mix of spontaneity and formality in the images.”
We’re totally loving Berta Pfirsich, the trendiest underground photographer of the moment from Barcelona. Feminine, fresh and magical, all adjectives that could describe the Berta´s work.