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Volume 13


Metropolis - October 2014


Reportage

Razi Haider

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Razi Haider

Razi Haider was born somewhere in the Indian subcontinent where he grew up, suffered as the chronic social pressure mounted, couldn't handle it, became an engineer, wrote poetry, scripted short films, and kept suffering. As the intrinsic desire of expanding his gene pool arose within him, he went to "Gora land" and started doing "Fotogerafi", where he is still doing it, and is still suffering. He tweets @srazihaider

        
      
       
            
              

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Photo Essay: Labyrinth


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In this photo series, Razi Haider takes us through Europe’s streets, capturing moments of loneliness and solitude that are ever-present, even in the comfort of a sprawling metropolis.


Höchst Train Station, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Kaiser street, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Kaiser street, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Mosel street, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Main train station, Darmstadt, Germany


To view the full series, buy the print issue of Papercuts Volume 13: Metropolis

 

 

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