Rodney King

Datebook: Photos of adult babies, race and the public figure, and weaving Brazil's landscape

Datebook: Photos of adult babies, race and the public figure, and weaving Brazil's landscape

It may be the height of summer, but there is plenty to catch the eye in galleries around L.A. — including a photographic project about adults who role-play as babies, a look at the complexities of race and public figures at a gallery in Inglewood, and the weaving together of elements that evoke the complexities of Brazil’s landscape.

Polly Borland, “Babies and the Queen,” at Mier. In the series “The Babies,” the photographer casts her lens on the world of infantilists — adults who like to role-play as babies. This often involves dressing in diapers and using pacifiers. This is the first time in more than 15...

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