Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

Categories: Photo project

Alexander Glyadelov is a Soviet and Russian documentary photographer. Born in Poland in 1956. At the age of 8, together with his family, he moved to Kyiv permanently. Studied at Kiev Polytechnic University. By the age of 30, he is fond of studying photography and at the age of 33 he begins to work professionally as a freelance photojournalist. Traveled throughout the Soviet Union. He recorded military conflicts in Moldova, where he was wounded, in Nagorno-Karabakh and Chechnya. Glyadelov is a deeply social photographer. He painfully responds to human deprivation, human tragedy, deprivation and loneliness. Two of his global projects can be cited as an example: "Man and Prison" and "Superfluous".

(Total 37 photos)

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous" Source: photopoint.com.ua

Official website of Alexander Glyadelov - glyadyelov.com

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

1. The project "Superfluous" is a project about street children.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

2. Children do not know normal living conditions.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

3. They experience humiliating poverty.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

4. They spend their days looking for a piece of bread.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

5. They are looking for a place to just relax and spend the night, run away from home from parental alcoholism and drug addiction.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

6. They exist in basements.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

7. They steal and fight for their lives, and this fight is an inevitable part of life itself.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

8. Glyadelov literally hunted for children.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

9. The photographer looked for them in the basements, waited in the subway.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

10. He looked into their eyes and saw in each one just a child.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

11. And the children believed him at some point.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

12. The result was a series of deeply trusting photographs.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

13. Photographs of the "Extra" project are used by international organizations such as the Norwegian Refugee Council, the international organization of the United Nations Children's Fund - UNICEF and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

14.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

15.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

16.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

17.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

18.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

19.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

20.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

21.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

22.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

23.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

24.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

25.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

26.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

27.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

28.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

29.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

thirty.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

31.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

32.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

33.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

34.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

35.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

36.

Alexander Glyadelov and the project "Superfluous"

37.

Post News Article

Recent articles

5 artists who take us back to our childhood
5 artists who take us back to our childhood

Childhood is the most carefree and happy time in life, when you can endlessly play, have fun, be happy, be surprised and not worry ...

The mysterious Mr. D.B. Cooper, or How to hijack a plane and not get caught
The mysterious Mr. D.B. Cooper, or How to hijack a plane and ...

The fate of all hijackers of airliners is predetermined: they either end up behind bars, or die during the release of hostages by ...

Stunning Sophia Loren during the filming of the movie " Millionaire┬╗
Stunning Sophia Loren during the filming of the movie " ...

The Millionaire is a 1960 British romantic comedy film directed by Anthony Asquith and starring Sophia Loren and Peter Sellers. Set ...