Thursday, April 3rd, 2008 at 3:19 am
That’s the name of a photo-essay currently running in The Guardian about a photography exhibition of the same name:
This sombre series of portraits taken of people before and after they had died is a challenging and poignant study. The work by German photographer Walter Schels and his partner Beate Lakotta, who recorded interviews with the subjects in their final days, reveals much about dying – and living. Life Before Death is at the Wellcome Collection from April 9-May 18
The accompanying article is here, and is well worth the read.
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