In Photos: The Children We Don’t See Everyday

Pierre Gonnord is a French photographer well known for his touching portraits of Spanish miners. This time, he decided to capture the beauty of uniquely-looking children; here, he uses a photography technique that makes images look like oil paintings. All Photos Pierre Gonnord represented by the Galeria Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid

Charlotte, 2010

‘I chose the person, the individual, alone in the margins of his social group,’ says Gonnord. ‘When I travel and meet a community, I have time enough to establish contacts and connections, to know individuals that move me for their charisma, sensitivity, intelligence, shyness, beauty … and this is why I decide to invite them (and no others) to do a portrait’

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