Doing either social photography or road photography, Joakim Eskildsen has walked the streets of Havana, Cuba, and around those neighborhoods in major American cities which are home to the largest marginalized populations. In powerful images charged with emotion, expertly framed and shot in subdued colors, Eskildsen offers a nuanced look at life below the poverty line.
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