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Photography: ONO, By Natasha Caruana
Sunday 19 February 2012
"I've just seen your wedding dress ad, is the dress still for sale...?"
So began Natasha Caruana's emailed response to various online classified adverts, as part of the subterfuge by which she was able to procure the old wedding photographs in this book. She has masked the brides' faces, giving the collection an eerie, frankly serial-killerish look, but there remains something poignant about these images of faded fairy-tale weddings and their no-longer-needed props.
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