Personal Space: Rooms From All Over The World In A Photo Project By John Gray
My house is my fortress, and my room is my last bastion. Photo project of South African resident John Tekvreya shows the inner sanctum - a private space of young people from different corners of the Earth.
In 2010, John went on a trip around the world to make bright and unusual photos to My Room Project. The concept is simple: shoot the young people born in the 80-90s in the places where they sleep, work and dream. At first the project looked like a hobby, but in the end, "My Room" has become a work of photography, showing the standard of living, preferences and interests of young people all over the world.
Kamphaeng Phet Province, Thailand
Saint Catherine, Egypt
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
New York, USA
La Paz, Bolivia
We wish the author new experiences and always interesting subjects for a photo!
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