Post pobrano z: Interview: Documentary Photographer Boogie on the Life/Death of the American Dream
For nearly 20 years, Serbian-born photographer Boogie
has documented the lives of people marginalized by society, and those
living on the fringe. He has photographed gang members and drug addicts
in Brooklyn’s housing projects; neo-Nazi skinheads in Serbia; and
transsexual prostitutes in Sao Paulo, Brazil — gaining unfettered
access into worlds where outsiders are normally greeted with violence,
suspicion, or a combination of the two.
In a new interview series produced exclusively for True/Slant (via Annals of Americus), Boogie discusses everything from the death of the American dream and parenthood to life in post-crash America and what it means to be happy.