Little Adults

by Anna Skladmann


Photographs: Anna Skladmann

Text: Bill Kouwenhoven

Publisher: Kehrer Heidelberg Berlin

112 pages

Pictures: 43 coloro pictures

Year: 2011

ISBN: 978-3-86828-192-7

Comments: hardcover 30 x 24 cm

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The series "Little Adults" explores what it feels like to be a privileged child living in Russia, a country where its radical history and social hierarchy still rules their daily lives. It is the exploration of the recently growing society of the "Nouveau-Riche" in which children have been raised to become the "Elite" and behave like little adults. These portraits express the tension between the natural character and stereotype of appearance co-existing in the world of these children. Anna Skladmann (*1986 in Bremen, Germany) is a freelance photographer who lives and works between New York and Moscow. She studied photography in Paris and New York. Awards: 2009 PDN's 30 2010, 2008 NY Photo Festival, Personal Fine Art Series, 2007 Honorable Mention DataColor Scholarship. Skladmann has shown her work at Galerie Volchkova, Paris, at Clark | Oshkin Gallery, Los Angeles, and at Studio K.O., Paris, among other venues.


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Little Adults

by Anna Skladmann


Photographs: Anna Skladmann

Text: Bill Kouwenhoven

Publisher: Kehrer Heidelberg Berlin

112 pages

Pictures: 43 coloro pictures

Year: 2011

ISBN: 978-3-86828-192-7

Comments: hardcover 30 x 24 cm

sold out

The series "Little Adults" explores what it feels like to be a privileged child living in Russia, a country where its radical history and social hierarchy still rules their daily lives. It is the exploration of the recently growing society of the "Nouveau-Riche" in which children have been raised to become the "Elite" and behave like little adults. These portraits express the tension between the natural character and stereotype of appearance co-existing in the world of these children. Anna Skladmann (*1986 in Bremen, Germany) is a freelance photographer who lives and works between New York and Moscow. She studied photography in Paris and New York. Awards: 2009 PDN's 30 2010, 2008 NY Photo Festival, Personal Fine Art Series, 2007 Honorable Mention DataColor Scholarship. Skladmann has shown her work at Galerie Volchkova, Paris, at Clark | Oshkin Gallery, Los Angeles, and at Studio K.O., Paris, among other venues.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Little Adults

by Anna Skladmann


Photographs: Anna Skladmann

Text: Bill Kouwenhoven

Publisher: Kehrer Heidelberg Berlin

112 pages

Pictures: 43 coloro pictures

Year: 2011

ISBN: 978-3-86828-192-7

Comments: hardcover 30 x 24 cm

sold out

The series "Little Adults" explores what it feels like to be a privileged child living in Russia, a country where its radical history and social hierarchy still rules their daily lives. It is the exploration of the recently growing society of the "Nouveau-Riche" in which children have been raised to become the "Elite" and behave like little adults. These portraits express the tension between the natural character and stereotype of appearance co-existing in the world of these children. Anna Skladmann (*1986 in Bremen, Germany) is a freelance photographer who lives and works between New York and Moscow. She studied photography in Paris and New York. Awards: 2009 PDN's 30 2010, 2008 NY Photo Festival, Personal Fine Art Series, 2007 Honorable Mention DataColor Scholarship. Skladmann has shown her work at Galerie Volchkova, Paris, at Clark | Oshkin Gallery, Los Angeles, and at Studio K.O., Paris, among other venues.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com