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Photography: You May Touch a Stranger

Renaldi_touchastrangerThe New York Times post on Richard Renaldi’s photography project opens with words reminiscent of what we see when the ‘Good Samaritan’ cares for the injured man in Luke 10:

“The photographer Richard Renaldi is a matchmaker for tense times, asking complete strangers to pose with their bodies touching, as if they were intimates. On a recent afternoon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, it was not going well. He wanted to pose an Orthodox Jewish man with someone from outside the Orthodox community.”

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This entry was posted on July 11, 2013 by in Faith, National, Photography.
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