A selection of images from “Vitaly’s House,” the recent series by Brooklyn, New York-based photographer Joe Perri. Growing up a natural storyteller, photography became Perri’s vehicle for revealing emotional depth in people and the world around him. “My work explores the nuances of the human condition, finding narrative through light and detail sometimes hidden in plain view,” he explains.
Photographed outside of Kiev, Ukraine, “Vitaly’s House” portrays the story of a young miner reflecting on a tragic event. His mental space is revealed through the details of his home, and the presence he leaves behind. The series is part of the narrative short film, “Moeder,” directed by Salomon Lighthelm. The film and photo series will be exhibited in New York City in November, 2022.
See more from “Vitaly’s House” below!
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