A selection of images from “Almost Touching” by New York-based photographer Yael Malka. Exploring the interplay between revelation and concealment, Malka explains how her images—intimate, yet obscured—mirror the logic of getting to know others: “So often, we say the opposite of what we mean and truth emerges from the margins. My work inquires about how we see and know others, and how we reveal ourselves to strangers, lovers, and friends while simultaneously questioning what authenticity means to one’s own identity.”
See more from “Almost Touching” below.
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