Dark deeds: bold photos of nightlife in the seedy places of LondonBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/dark-deeds-bold-photos-of-nightlife-in-the-seedy-places-of-london.html
The life of ordinary people is the main part of the country's culture. Italian Marco Sconocchia (Marco Sconocchia) has been living in London for eight years and during this time he managed to comb through all the seedy establishments of the British capital. He admires the dark reality of nightlife in clubs and pubs, catching in the camera lens the brightest representatives of the wrong side of the prim metropolis. See what the London backstage looks like in Marco's photos, further in our material.These bold shots offer an opportunity to plunge into the life of the London working class, who likes to empty a couple of pints of beer after a hard day. Paranoia, addiction and darkness that reign in the municipal neighborhoods of the British capital attract the attention of Marco Sconocchia, an Italian who moved to London in 2011 and became interested in photographing the nightlife of the city.
The underside of life is always radically different from a beautiful cover. Most residents of London spend their free time not in elite restaurants, but in cheap pubs, where you can relax and be yourself. Marco Sconocchia's photo project demonstrates the true reality of the life of ordinary people without embellishment, because it is the basis of the culture of the whole country.
And here's how the life of rural residents of Russia was raging in the late 90s - early 2000s. Most often, young people rested at discos, which were held in clubs and houses of culture, less often - in school assembly halls.