People of London by Peter Zelewski
(Tales From The City)

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Zelewski’s portraits are straightforward, and it is precisely this characteristic that makes them evocative. Outwardly the subjects appear stoic, indifferent. Upon further examination, however, there is a distinct emotional element that bubbles up.
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Acclaimed portrait and documentary photographer Peter Zelewski has spent the past three years capturing the diverse range of faces and thoughts on the streets of London. His images, which have been seen in the National Portrait Gallery in London and throughout the UK press, are closer to art photography than snapshots.

Peter Zelewski, originally from Detroit, has lived in London for over thirty years. In 2015 he was awarded a top prize in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

 

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Originally from Detroit, USA, Peter Zelewski is an accomplished portrait and documentary photographer who has lived in London for over thirty years. In 2015 he was awarded a top prize in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
 
Published April 18, 2017 by Hoxton Mini Press. 160 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography.
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Reviewed by Rhonda Goldberg Sturtz on May 15 2017

Zelewski’s portraits are straightforward, and it is precisely this characteristic that makes them evocative. Outwardly the subjects appear stoic, indifferent. Upon further examination, however, there is a distinct emotional element that bubbles up.

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