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Quarantined self portraits / Joaco Brunotto

Quarantined self portraits / Joaco Brunotto

PHOTOGRAPHY / JOACO BRUNOTTO
MODEL / JOACO BRUNOTTO
TEXT / ARMANDO FREZZE DURAND
FOR DOOPLER MAGAZINE

2020, World Health Organization declares the coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic and more than one billion people have been asked to stay home in over more than 50 countries and territories around the world. Days without leaving home, days that become long, days that confused us, weeks that fill us with time. The quarantine has us captive, expectant, depressed? creative. It also keeps us hypercommunicated on social networks. From those long communications with one of the new models this idea came out.

We decided to take something intimate out of this situation as historical as unusual. Here is the first photographic record in first person made by our friend Juaco. With a unique character and spark, Juaco shows us a fragment, just a fragment of these days of his first quarantine.

Joaco is from Cordoba, Argentina, and is currently studying architecture, he has been in his house for more than 20 days in quarantine for the pandemic, in Argentina during it it is forbidden to leave home

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