From Sarah Cascone & Taylor Dafoe’s article for artnet News:

Following her acclaimed Beautiful Boy series from 2017, Lissa Rivera’s new body of work again finds the New York-based photographer training her lens on her partner, BJ Lillis. The project, making its debut at one of ClampArt’s AIPAD booths, features stark, somber portraits of Lillis in an abandoned building that has been used, at different times, as a male-only Catholic seminary, a junior high school, an “alternative medicine resort,” and, according to Rivera’s own description, the home of an “evangelical ministry dedicated to promoting sexual purity for adolescent girls.”

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