Body hair has long been a topic closely linked to privacy, intimacy and even censorship. As natural as it is, it is “something that is seen but not looked at”. This is how the New York-based photographer Joshua Aronson
, with whom we spoke
not long ago, describes his approach to his most recent exhibition, With Mine Dyed Blue
. Although he is as young as they come, he continues to gain attention with his honest and spontaneous approach to the image. This time, he’s celebrating his first-ever solo show, inaugurating on October 27 at Space Place Gallery in Nizhniy Tagil, a small town in Russia. In this new set of pictures, he uses the body as his canvas, where he both creates and examines a subculture of dying pubic hair while simultaneously bringing questions to the general sexual relation.