FOOD AND DRINK Ka Pao hits the spot 28 INSIDE: ARTS & HOMES

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Love hurts. Ain’t that the truth.

In her new book The End­ings, pho­tog­ra­pher Caitlin Cro­nen­berg, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with stylist Jes­sica En­nis and a hand­ful of some of the most lauded and tal­ented ac­tresses in the UK and the US, asks what a bro­ken heart looks like.

And what that might be? It might be Ju­lianne Moore cry­ing on a bed, Eleanor Tom­lin­son sit­ting in a bus stop in a party dress with a suit­case at her feet or Sofia Boutella cut­ting her lover’s clothes up. Thank­fully, he is not in them.

As the book’s subti­tle sug­gests, here are “pho­to­graphic sto­ries of love, loss, heart­break and be­gin­ning again”. Fic­tions with the sting of real feel­ing.

Here is the young Bri­tish ac­tress Bel Pow­ley, taken from a se­quence en­ti­tled Past the Li­lacs, In the Clear­ing, Meet Me When It’s Dark. It’s the story of a young woman mourn­ing the loss of a child­hood love. But, like many of the pho­to­graphs in this project, it holds its mys­tery tight to its chest.

Is this an end­ing or a be­gin­ning? Who’s to say it’s not both?

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