"The Changing Face of America" ​​- the project of photographer Martin Schoeller

Renowned photographer and portraitist Martin Schoeller has prepared a photographic project, which reflected the faces of the future. Because of racial mixing averaged appearance of people is changing dramatically.

What we will see in 2050? Look, quite different.




Jakar Hubbard, 28, Moni, Illinois. According to the census of white and African-American. He considers himself a man of uncertain race




Teva Jones, 22, Grants Pass, Oregon. According to the census of black and white. He considers himself a triple human race, jokingly calling themselves "Trinidad»




Themba Alleyne, 30, Los Angeles, California. According to the census of black, white, Native American, Asian, Hawaiian, Islanders. He considers himself a multi-ethnic person, & quot; I check every detail & quot; - He said to himself




Yudanov Holman, 29, of Los Angeles, California. According to the census Asian. He considers himself Thais and Asians




Adrid Adrian, 24, Haleiwa, Hawaii. According to the census white and Philippino. He considers himself a white

Martin Schoeller German photographer, one of assictentov famous Annie Leibovitz. He, like his mentor, there are lots of pictures of celebrities. Since 1996, Martin was building his own career. And I became famous not because it has a portfolio of photographs of famous people, but because it has created a series of portraits of passers-by.



Alexander Sugiura, 27, Brooklyn, New York. Nationality mixed. According to the census Japanese. He considers himself a Jew and an American



Ariel Toole, 14, Chicago, IL. Nationality mixed. According to the census of white, black, Vietnamese. He considers himself a man of peace



Gabriella Guitstso 5, Rockville Centre, New York. According to the census white and Japanese. He considers himself "a mixture of all people»



Harold Fish, 23, of Austin, Texas. According to the census genetic affiliation is not defined. He considers himself Puerto Rican, Texan, Jewish and European

The US Census Bureau has collected detailed information about the different races of people since 2000, and found that within 10 years the number of people who can not be clearly attributed to any race, grew by 32%. Genetic self - defective and outdated tools.


Daisy Fensl, 3, San Antonio, Texas. According to the census nationality is not clear. Parents believe a Spaniard and a Korean



Jesse Lee, 32, of New York. According to the census Chinese. He considers himself half-Chinese woman, a quarter of a French, a quarter Swede



Joshua Asoak, 34, Anchorage, Alaska. According to the census Alaska Native. He considers himself a Jew and an Eskimo



James Benavente, 5, Torrance, California. According to the census Hawaiians, Asian and island resident. He considers himself an American



Kelly Williams II, 17, Dallas, Texas. According to the census black. He considers himself a black man and a German



Christopher Braxton, 33, Brooklyn, New York. According to the census of African American and Korean. He considers himself black and Asian



Cameron Benjamin, 22, Los Angeles, California. According to the census white, Chinese, and Hawaiian. He considers himself a Caucasian, Hawaiian and Chinese



Lula Newman, 7, NEW YORK. According to the census white, Chinese and Asian. He considers himself Welsh, polka, a German, a resident of Indonesia and China at the same time

In our world, where everything is messed up, hard for people to call themselves by a particular word. Many call themselves "brown" people, but in reality they have fathers from Africa, and the mother, for example, from Europe. It is time to invent new terms, and they are behind the scenes there. Latinokoreytsy and afrokitaytsy. Who are we? No, but really, what to call these people?


Maya Joy Smith, 9, Cary, Illinois. According to the census African-American. He considers himself African-American and Korean



Nayer Maryam, 33, Brooklyn, New York. According to the census race is not defined. He considers himself a Mexican and an Arab



Mars Wright, 25, of Austin, Texas. According to the census of an African American and a resident of the Philippines. He considers himself a black man and a Filipino



Hosanna Marshall, 32, of New York. According to the census African-American. He considers himself a mixture of blacks, Indians, whites and Jews



Sandra Williams, 46, Chicago, IL. According to the census African-American. He considers himself a man



Solomon Hsiang, 29, San Francisco, California. According to the census of white and Chinese. He considers himself a Jew and Chinese

Perhaps it's for the better? In the future there will be racial prejudice and discrimination. Wars, because the call of blood, in the end?


Una Wally, 25, Brooklyn, New York. According to the census of white and Chinese. He considers himself a Jew and a Chinese woman



Helen Robertson, 54, of Los Angeles, California. According to the census of white and Asian. He considers himself a native Englishwoman

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