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  • Jess Bland

    Alban Grosdidier created this project called drowning. I love the way this photograph shows the limited space and almost a sense of panic.

  • Bruna Lourenço

    drowning project #art #photo #photography

  • Pedro Alves da Veiga

    Emotive Portraits of People Submerged Underwater - The Paris-based photographer equates the feeling of being immersed in a vat of water to living in a big city. One can only take so much of it until they are overwhelmed by an invisible force. There's a similar stress in both situations that is intangible. The only way to free yourself is to step out of that environment.

  • Mrs Foster

    Alban Grosdidier Drowning is a project that talks about the feeling of submersion that you can have living in a big city. There are as many ways of dealing with it that there are people, and therefore there are as many portraits waiting to be done

  • Jordan

    Emotive Portraits of People Submerged Underwater - Alban Grosdidier

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