This is a story about how different the fate of children around the world, told through photographs, children's bedroom. Author of the project - British photographer James Mollison - thus raises the topic of children's rights in different countries. Nothing, and does not reflect the position of the child in the family, as his room or even its absence.
Differences between children and their bedrooms are striking: on the outfits the girls from Tokyo proud mother spends $ 1,000 a month; Bilal - shepherd boy, who sleeps in the open air with a herd of goats belonging to his father; Nepalese girl Indira works for granite quarry three years.
Pictures of children and their rooms became the basis for a book of photographs, "Where children sleep." "I hope that this book will provide a glimpse into the lives of children who live in a variety of settings around the world; the opportunity to reflect on the inequality that exists, and understand how we, the people of the civilized world, still lucky "- says James Mollison.
Dong, 9 years, China
Jean David, 10 years, Colombia 56,656,185
Indira, 7 years, Nepal
Raynnon, 14 years, Scotland
Kaya, 4 years, Japan
Bilal, 6 years old, the West Bank 4,850,610
Ankokset, 8 years, Amazonia, Brazil
Reese, 15 years, Japan
Lewis, 10 years, England
Alex, age 9, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Ryan, 13, of North Carolina, USA
Bikram, 9 years, Nepal
Joey, 11 years, Kentucky, USA
Lamine, 12 years, Senegal 1,747,878
Lei Lei, 4 years, Thailand 99,273,464
9 years, Ivory Coast 91,498,886
Rotti, 8 years, Cambodia
Neto, 11 years, Nepal
Douha, 10 years old, West Bank 91,704,572
Jasmine, 4 years, Kentucky, USA
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