From Mark Jenkin’s article for The Washington Post:

Scenes of a mother or a grandmother with a child are also common in Jess T. Dugan’s photos of the nonbinary artist’s queer household. The
series, begun in 2012, portrays the St. Louis artist and their partner, Dugan’s mother and her partner, and the younger couple’s daughter,
Elinor, born in 2018. The pictures are warm and emotionally revealing,
if occasionally guarded. In one shot, Dugan holds Elinor and gazes at the camera through a screen door that places an almost invisible barrier between home and the world.

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