Sebastián GherrëBenja (2016)

I feel about Gherrë the way I’ve come to feel about Araki–namely: I don’t always get it but the work is consistently of high quality and in spite of the tendency for both artists to cover the same ground over-and-over-and-again, there remains surprising freshness and variation.

Also, I love that there’s someone out there who is still making traditional dark room prints. They just look so much better, damn it.