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52 pp, 8.5 x 5.5 inches
On August 25th, 2013, Sarah Gerard walked topless through New York City.
Part reportage, part philosophy, part biography, Things I Told My Mother tells the story of that walk and examines how we, consciously or not, interact with a woman’s self-representation in all aspects of society.
Starting with a small group of women in Times Square, surrounded by hundreds of photographers, and ending alone and semi-naked in Central Park, this book is a manifesto of the action followed by a personal essay that interweaves contemporary thought about the female body under patriarchy from writers including Chris Kraus, Florence Williams, and Carol J. Adams.
Includes photography of the event by David Formentin.
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