From Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg’s article for The Atlantic:

“I wanted the images to be unflinching in their detail,” Isa Leshko explains in this short documentary about her work by Mark and Angela Walley. “I’m looking at mortality and aging, and that’s not easy subject material.” Leshko began the project after she spent a year caring for her mother who has Alzheimer’s disease. Instead of photographing her family, she found an outlet for her experience in a series of portraits of aging farm animals. Her luminous photographs are a moving expression of empathy, but also a celebration of life.

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