From Zoe Whitfield’s article for AnOther:

The images in Look at me like you love me – American photographer Jess T Dugan’s latest monograph – were made with questions about love and our pursuit of it in mind. Published by Mack, the book is an exploration of the way our identities are shaped by our relationships, told through a series of pictures of Dugan, their partner Vanessa, and other friends. In addition to its visual storytelling, the book unfolds with text, similarly personal in its content and focus on connection. “I did all of the writing and put together the book during the pandemic, which meant I was in this heightened state of self-reflection,” explains Dugan. “Really mining these questions, like, what keeps us fulfilled as humans? What makes a meaningful life? What role does connection with others play?”

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Browse Jess T. Dugan’s exhibition “Look at me like you love me.” at CLAMP.
Browse all of Jess T. Dugan’s work at CLAMP.