Photo: Toma Moisii – Luminarium11
Model: Ioana Opinca
MUA: Catrinel-Alexandra Rapeanu
Outfit: Adelina Amza
Photo: Toma Moisii – Luminarium 11
Model: Tatiana Grigorescu
MUA: Make-up Profesional Bucuresti
Outfit: Adelina Amza
Photo: Toma Moisii
Model: Stefania Veronica
MUA: Adela Manolache
HS: Simona-Gabriela Cheles
Professional tango dancers performing on the music of Ástor Piazzolla.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tourists visiting an ancient Roman underground site. The entrance into the archeological site is placed in the middle of the boulevard, right between the railways of the tram. Lisbon, Portugal.
Street artist performing his number and practicing hindu meditation (dhyāna) on the streets of Lisbon, Portugal
Camel merchants, La Goulette – Tunis
So these are my final days in Bucharest, my hometown. As you may have noticed, lately I kept on shooting streets and concentrated my work into documenting the city. Therefore, more Bucharest streets:
Many of us travel with the subway on a daily basis.
The Metro is definitely one of the greatest inventions of the twentieth century. Because of its efficienty to transport you from point A to B in a record period of time, the subway has come to be regarded as the nervous system of each major city on the Planet. But the subway is more than that. Over time, it has been always there for us, at 10m below the ground. It offered us warmth during the hard winters and coolness during the hot summers. It gave us air-raid shelter during the wars and witnessed thousands of love stories, marriage proposals and bitter breakups. Therefore, as soon as you descend into the station, the subway gives you the feeling that you’re in the most intimate public transportation service. The Metro is also the perfect “laboratory” to study the human behavior. No matter how complex people might think they are, every facial expression or body language sign gives away precious details of their personality. The project aims to document an average day in the underground. It imprints in this context the similarities between two different human & society patterns.
Two photographers, two continents, two countries, two different cities, one world: Underworld.
Toma Moisii – photos taken in Bucharest | Veronica Siretanu – photos taken in Toronto
The post starts with Toma’s photo, followed by Veronica’s response.
The whole project goes in this order. Enjoy
*high speed ferry docked in Piraeus, Athens
Today I decided to love the rain.