In her popular series, My Mother and I, photographer Isabelle Graeff spent years accompanying her mother in Germany with a camera, in order to question the relationship between mother and child. Now, in a newly released body of work, Exit, she expands the search for identity to an entirely new country.
Between August 2015 and June 2016, the London-based photographer observed – with a compassionate eye – the crisis of a country whose population has been painfully divided since the Brexit referendum. Now released as a book of the same name, the description of which reads: "A country split between people whose gaze is directed outward and people who are looking inward. A country that has again begun a new search for an identity that already exists in all of its mystical beauty, because its nature remains untouched by social developments."