Caravan: The Secret Life of Irish Gypsies in Joseph Philip Bevillard's poignant photographsPictolic
The Irish nomads differ from their fellow Rums in the color of their hair and skin, but their traditions are largely the same. Life has become more modern and they have exchanged tents for comfortable vans, but the caravan spirit still hovers in their settlements.
Photographer Joseph Philippe Bevillard (Joseph Philippe Bevillard) visited the camp for a decade, making exclusive shots for his project. See the most impressive pictures of the master further in our material.The romance of nomadic life has always inspired creative personalities. Photographer Joseph Phillip Bevillard began filming the Irish Gypsy lifestyle 10 years ago,and the process sucked him in. A new series of images of blond and red-haired nomads will be released soon, and you can see the best shots right now.
Irish gypsies have long adapted to the conditions of modern life. Their vans have everything you need, including household appliances, water and electricity. But the spirit of the ancient culture is still alive. A fervent twinkle in the eyes, expression and love of brilliance betray the freedom-loving soul of a nomad.Thanks to the unique series of the British photographer, we have the opportunity to be transported to a world that is trying to hide from prying eyes in order to preserve the remnants of the heritage of our ancestors and the unique Gypsy culture.
Since the Roma people left India about 1,500 years ago, they have been subjected to constant discrimination and severe persecution. Many people do not know that the term "gypsies", which everyone is used to using, is an ethnic insult. The Italian photographer spent two years traveling through the Roma camps and created a unique project that reveals the culture and worldview of this ancient people.