Into the Light – photographing the process of aging

When it comes to exploring issues around ageing, our changing relationships with our parents and, yes, death, photography is a natural medium to use. But doing so without being mawkish, overly sentimental or bleak is a very difficult line to tread. Antonia Wilson talks to three photographers who have taken on this challenge, producing moving, highly personal bodies of work

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