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Charles Freger, the well-known photographer responsible for "Wilder Mann," visited China and documented the complex and gorgeous costumery of the Beij...

Charles Freger, the well-known photographer responsible for "Wilder Mann," visited China and documented the complex and gorgeous costumery of the Beij...

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Today was the last day of Mardi Gras, a celebration that has been on my bucket list for years. And now, after recently stumbling upon the mysterious world of Mardi Gras Indians, a trip to New Orleans in late February has jumped to the top of the list. I mean, the elaborately handmade and

Today was the last day of Mardi Gras, a celebration that has been on my bucket list for years. And now, after recently stumbling upon the mysterious world of Mardi Gras Indians, a trip to New…

The Wilder Man – Chales Fréger – Jackie White's Feed

2011-05-14 I did it. Eighteen countries, from Austria to Finland. The Wilder Mann project is probably the biggest photography production I ever did after Rikishi, Empire and Majorettes. Once again,…

Charles Fréger photographs the sartorial subversion of colonial narratives

With his newly published project, Cimarron, photographer Charles Fréger looks at how masquerades are performed by the descendants of the African diaspora across North and South America.

A result of photographer Charles Freger’s months traveling in Europe researching costumes and customs. “More than actual carnivals or folklore, what I was trying to represent was the community of men. Rather than offer an anthropologists report on these disguises, the idea is to pay homage to the beauty of these living sculptures spawned by rituals that remain vital." In a very civil way, he reminds us of the animal within.

A result of photographer Charles Freger’s months traveling in Europe researching costumes and customs. “More than actual carnivals or folklore, what I was trying to represent was the community of men. Rather than offer an anthropologists report on these disguises, the idea is to pay homage to the beauty of these living sculptures spawned by rituals that remain vital." In a very civil way, he reminds us of the animal within.

mari ❅ on Twitter: "Many of these otherworldly traditions, strange as they may seem, are still being practiced today.… "

“Many of these otherworldly traditions, strange as they may seem, are still being practiced today.”

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Charles Fréger, photographer, has been establishing a large series of portraits about several communities in the world. Official page.

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