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Gypsy therapy

ROM: : Photographer Harald Medbøe's method lies between subject and lens.

"There is something about these eternal travelers that has always seemed attractive to me," writes the photographer Harald Medbøe in his book Rrom – gypsy journeys (Futurum, 2006) and further that stays among Roma (1) are "like being in the Wild East. To manage, it requires vigilance in a completely different way than here in the regulated world". (2) The book is one road movie in search of something human, a common point of view to understand, driven by curiosity and fascination. The images are the result of communication between subject and lens. The photograph is of great interest among the rooms. Many of those photographed were paid. . .

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