Almudena Romero uses 19th century photographic techniques to photograph migrants and encourage reflection on the connection between photography, colonialism and migration, while permanently questioning the history of photography as a medium. To do this, the photographer has invited London residents who would see themselves as immigrants to come to her studio and participate in the series. Almundena Romero was...
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