Socio-documentary photographer Miklos Boros tells a uniquely 21st-century story in this book, chronicling the life of a Hungarian-born single mother of three who makes a living as a pole dancer. Boros spent two years recording, in black-and-white and color images, the everyday personal and professional life of his subject, finding the telling moments that express the pleasures, difficulties and contradictions of her life. Boros neither moralizes nor comments; instead, he uses the documentary approach to create a narrative which fills the spaces between the photographs. The result is a razor-sharp portrait that lifts his subject out of her public status as available object.
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