Martin Gabriel Pavel photographed 365+ photographs of naked people in the streets and interiors of Brno, Bratislava, Budapest, and Vienna. Contemporary, nontraditional, visual “a guide to life” in the region of the former Austro—Hungarian Empire. So far the third, however, the bravest, the biggest, the boldest, and the most narrative publication of a photographic project Daily Portrait. The book of 30×40 cm dimensions embodies five hundred pages. Dive into the book and explore four countries during all four seasons of years 2018—2020. Gaze at enigmatic places which of some do not or soon will not exist anymore. Spot iconic architecture of the cities and peek into the homes of their citizens. In the cities, there are less and less places where our souls could unwind, where we could be ourselves just as we are. The photographs are accompanied by a narrative which tells a story of how the characters face rising boredom and sterility of their surroundings. People of different races, nationalities, religion, body shapes, and age. Where would you draw the line between utopia and dystopia? Among communities that...
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