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    8 Feb 2015

    30 Meaningful Photographs Of ‘Where Children Sleep’

    Months ago, the talented Venice based photographer James Mollison released a project under the name “Where Children Sleep”. The project shows children and their bedrooms around the world, to better illustrate cultural similarities and differences.

    The photos are now available as a book, taking us inside children’s bedrooms around the world, considering the idea that our childhood bedrooms say a lot.

    Mr. Mollison talked about his idea saying:

    ‘I found myself thinking about my bedroom: how significant it was during my childhood, and how it reflected what I had and who I was, it occurred to me that a way to address some of the complex situations and social issues affecting children would be to look at the bedrooms of children in all kinds of different circumstances.’

    Indira, 7, Kathmandu, Nepal
    Anonymous, 9, Ivory Coast
    Dong, 9, Yunnan, China
    Joey, 11, Kentucky, USA
    Bilal, 6, Wadi Abu Hindi, The West Bank
    Ahkohxet, 8, Amazonia, Brazil
    Risa, 15, Kyoto, Japan
    Lamine, 12, Bounkiling village, Senegal
    Netu, 11, Kathmandu, Nepal
    Alex, 9, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Bikram, 9, Melamchi, Nepal
    Rhiannon, 14, Darvel, Scotland
    Douha, 10, Hebron, The West Bank
    Ryuta, 10, Tokyo, Japan
    Juan David, 10, Medellin, Colombia
    Kaya, 4, Tokyo, Japan
    Kana, 16, Tokyo, Japan
    Nantio, 15, Lisamis, Northern Kenya
    Prena, 14, Kathmandu, Nepal
    Thais, 11, City of God, Brazil
    Tzvika, 9, Beitar Illit, The West Bank
    Li, 10, Beijing, China
    Delanie, 9, New Jersey, USA
    Anonymous, 4, Rome, Italy
    Justin, 8, New Jersey, USA
    Ryan, 13, Pennsylvania, USA
    Jyoti, 14, Makwanpur, Nepal
    Lay Lay, 4, Mae Sot, Thailand
    Syra, 8, Iwol, Senegal

    Jivan, 4, New York, USA

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