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Egypt, Mother and Son by Denis Dailleux

In Egypt, Mother and Son’,  is shot by Cairo-based photographer Denis Dailleux who captures the bond between mother and son, revealing the true self of his subjects and subverting stereotypes to present a genuine and telling portrait of families in Cairo — his beloved home.

“The work of Denis Dailleux, who has been living in Cairo for the past nine years, is a lasting tribute to the generosity of the Egyptian people he fell in love with on his first visit fifteen years ago, and Mother and Son, without a doubt, his most personal work. With great respect and sensitivity, he takes us into these families’ inner sanctum, where a bodybuilder son’s absolute love sounds like an ode to all mothers, with the power to move viewers the world over.”

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