From May 25 to August 3, the Polka gallery will exhibit the first chapters of Home Works, a long-term project of the Danish photographer Joakim Eskildsen, which he began in 2005. Following the series The Roma Journeys (2000-2006), an account on the living conditions of the Roma people, which was made into book published by Steidl in 2007. Inspired by his wife’s pregnancy, Home Works explores the poetry of family life.
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