“Childhood revisited” photography project was born from a personal need to confront the visual memories of a grown up man, an artist with the reality and how this reality he had left behind several years ago looks like today. It’s an attempt to give a visual form to something very personal and clearly not material; to transform the deep psychological and emotional value of those places into artistic work of a photographer.
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