The Hours By Sara Mautone

A long wait, longing something to happen or someone to come, but all we have left eventually is shadows at twilight.

Sara Mautone pictures Sterre Holdinga in an introspective story about the flow of time. Like in Samuel Beckett‘s masterpiece Waiting for Godot, the girl seems to expect someone, perhaps a lover, that never arrives. We glipse at what surrounds her through the lens of Beata Duvaker, who captures the intimacy of messy sheets, the peel of a fruit eaten while killing the hours, the sumptuous view behind ghostly curtains. She changes her clothes as the days goes by, going from romantic embroidered lace dresses by Chloé to Alysee Yin Chen‘s intricate jumpsuit and opulent kimonos. But her delicate beauty will remain unseen, locked inside white walls that blushes of warm light when the sun goes down.

  • The Hours By Sara Mautone

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    Cecilia Musmeci



    Sterre @ New Madison

    Special Thanks

    Beata Duvaker
    Sara Mautone