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  • Gorgonia

    Bulgarian men in babugeri costumes, used in pagan rituals, photographed by Charles Fréger (www.charlesfreger.com/) for the "Wilder Mann" series, 2010 #primitivism - Carefully selected by GORGONIA www.gorgonia.it

  • Ana Bermejo

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  • Diane Daoust Kerner

    The photographs here come from Wilder Mann, a photography series by Charles Fréger (based in Rouen, France), who spent two years traveling through nineteen countries documenting the folk pageants and festivals of what he calls "tribal Europe." The resulting photographs have been exhibited internationally, and collected into an absolutely amazing art book. The art, in turn, inspired a CD of music by the Italian composer .and sound designer Theo Teardo, Music for Wilderness.

  • Sandy van Veen

    "Wilder Mann" photo book of weird traditional costumes by Charles Freger

  • Carles Rodrigo

    Into the Wild with Charles Fréger - Page - Interview Magazine

  • cheyenne cole

    Wildermann --For two years, French photographer Charles Fréger has been traveling throughout 19 European countries and trying to capture the spirit of what he calls “tribal Europe” in his “Wilder Mann” series. What he found was a huge array of pagan rituals, mainly related to the winter solstice and spring renewal, focusing on the common myth of the “wild man.”

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