sehenswert
sehenswert

worth seeing portraits of blind people

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sehenswert

worth seeing portraits of blind people

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Siesta Sicilia
Siesta Sicilia

It happens pretty rare that you cannot find any people in my pictures, but in this still life you can sense the humans very intensively. The people are present and it appears that a person just left or is about to come into the picture.

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Siesta Sicilia
Siesta Sicilia

It happens pretty rare that you cannot find any people in my pictures, but in this still life you can sense the humans very intensively. The people are present and it appears that a person just left or is about to come into the picture.

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Romania
Romania

My best friend's home country is Romania. She invited me to visit her family in Giurgiu, to get to know her hometown. It was like a time travel of my childhood, which I spent a lot in Poland. The caring people and things like furniture, wallpaper and clothing represented for me my personal feeling of nostalgia.

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Romania
Romania

My best friend's home country is Romania. She invited me to visit her family in Giurgiu, to get to know her hometown. It was like a time travel of my childhood, which I spent a lot in Poland. The caring people and things like furniture, wallpaper and clothing represented for me my personal feeling of nostalgia.

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Gender Gender
Gender Gender

As gender-fluidity is becoming a trend in the fashion world, the genderqueer people are more and more in focus all over the world. There are discussions about gender neutral toilets and genderless parenting. I portrayed genderqueer activists to facilitate dialogue among people.

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Gender Gender
Gender Gender

As gender-fluidity is becoming a trend in the fashion world, the genderqueer people are more and more in focus all over the world. There are discussions about gender neutral toilets and genderless parenting. I portrayed genderqueer activists to facilitate dialogue among people.

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Working on long-term projects has become an essential part of Vero Bielinski’s life. It excites and motivates the photo based artist. Several months per year Vero Bielinski travels through the world working on photography projects. She also achieves to exchange and cooperate with various artists all over the planet. The priceless experiences to tell stories about real people and their lifes inspires and gives her extraordinary, instructive times. Bielinski loves challenges: She spent 6 months taking portraits of prisoners. Whether a 4 week long reportage about kids in Cambodia, Sri Lankan tea pickers or several months taking portraits of polish people in New York, Vero Bielinski is always close to the people and a passionate storyteller. Constantly she pushes herself to enhance her creativity and to improve her skills.