In “Comradeship” the photographer as the subject is the object of its photography, that is to say the subject is a part of the object. He pictures moments of life we have all experienced, real pictures with emotions. There is nothing predetermined in the photos. A kind of playfulness somewhere that is nowhere, it is a moment. A moment not very special, a moment of everyday life.

In the photos of Comradeship, we can trace an internal, personal and sometimes poetic approach which is far different from journal photography, but still the photos are like reportage of lives of a group of youth who unlike the majority spend their times in private spaces.

  • Photographer: Alborz Kazemi
  • Location: Iran, Tehran