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Eat More Meat
1994


 
Drew Barrymore:
A Waitress

1995


 
Room For Naturalism
1995


 
 

Dolly Parton: Prize Doll
1997


 
Spiral Jetty
1997


 
Lightness of Being
1998


 

 

The drive for affluence, produced by advanced capitalistic cultures, and the easy access to every kind of consumer good, create the conditions for a kind of compulsive neurosis for accumulation: buying, collecting objects of all sorts, sharing in a limitless network of contacts and interpersonal exchanges are the typical behaviour of Western society that David LaChapelle portrays with a pitiless and ironic gaze.

Section texts by Elena Paloscia