Requiem For A Life: Photographed by Tania Franco Klein

Apr 3, 2017 @ 12:41

A photography series depicting the helplessness of our time.

 



Mexican-born photographer, Tania Franco Klein’s photography series is reflective of the struggles and anxieties that we are privy to in the modern world. Her work is influenced by philosopher Byung-Chul Han, who says that our inabilities to cope with negativity leads to an incessant compulsion to perform, something that eventually gives way to burnout.

Often using herself as the model, Tania’s images narrate a story of ‘the constant need to escape, to always look outside. My characters find themselves almost anonymous, melting in places, vanishing into them, constantly looking for any possibility of escape. They find themselves alone, desperate and exhausted. Constantly in an odd line between trying and feeling defeated.’





Tania Franco Klein’s photography - The couch II, Fashion magazine | Fashion magazine in India | Online fashion magazine | Online fashion magazine in India | Indian fashion magazine

 + The couch II, (self-portrait)





Tania Franco Klein’s photography - The couch II, Fashion magazine | Fashion magazine in India | Online fashion magazine | Online fashion magazine in India | Indian fashion magazine

 + The Waiting





 + The Puzzle





Tania Franco Klein’s photography - The couch II, Fashion magazine | Fashion magazine in India | Online fashion magazine | Online fashion magazine in India | Indian fashion magazine

 + Toaster, (Self-portrait)





Tania Franco Klein’s photography - The couch II, Fashion magazine | Fashion magazine in India | Online fashion magazine | Online fashion magazine in India | Indian fashion magazine

 + Dead End


 



Images courtesy: Tania Franco Klein – @taniafrancoklein
www.taniafrancoklein.com

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