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THE STORY BEHIND…
What is so awesome about this photograph is simply the bright white light flooding in from the window, concealing instead of revealing what lurks outside. Both girls, in fact the same model used twice, stare longingly into this light, transporting them away from the darkness, yet they remain untouchable to the outside world. Can’t say we’d want to be cooped up in there either.
Untouchables is a five part photographic series that sees young asian girls trapped in a darkened room, where they remain ‘untouchable’ to the outside world.
Eric Guo (China, 1964) is not your average photographer. Eric Guo is not an average man either. He is a quiet, private man, whose only interest is creating breathtaking works of art. He doesn’t drive a fancy car, and you won’t see him at the next hipster vernissage. Day after day, year after year, you will find him in his studio, perfecting his art. This guy is a force of nature: a poet, an artisan of the image, a fucking genius. Pardon our French.