The Little Black Gallery in London presents the solo exhibition of Iris Della Roca: As the king is not humble, may the humble be king! through March 21st, 2015. In 2009, photographer Iris Della Roca moved to Rio, Brazil and started living in the favela of Rocinha. There she worked for a NGO with kids and built a special bond with them. As she considers photography a collaborative art, she began a project where the kids could express their unique personality and show who they really are, far from social membership and cliché. She asked the question: "How do you want to be seen by others?"
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