Pablo Izquierdo (34yo) is a Chilean self-taught photographer based in London, his work is mainly focused in social documentary photography, where he explores realities’ more profound and shocking images in order to analyze its ways of evolving. His photographs have a sociological approach and the topics he has delved in are: aging, poverty, mental health issues, social classes, precariousness, and intimacy.
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Nono, 93 years old, in his old work. He died 1 month after this photo.
For the book "The Last Interview" is a project about 10 interviews for people between 90 an 100 years.
Next to the largest laundry in the world, lives a camp composed of approximately 200 people, who sleep only 5 hours a day.
The work seems infinite; Army clothes, hospitals, and even soccer teams arrive in this area to be washed in the waters of the river, which are dried and delivered the next day.
The smell of detergent is mixed with the garbage thrown by homes and the thousands of people who arrive at that train station.