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Ferrum monstra of New York city


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Ferrum monstra of New York city


"The feeling I had when first stepped on the iron bridge didn’t fade or went away during those five days I spent several of New York City's bridges. The bridges I was documenting for long hours turned out to be Living- Iron- Monsters".

Adi Tarkay- From the documentary series “Ferrum MOnstra of New York CITY”

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Story of three halves


Story of three halves


"The works of Adi Tarkay are frozen in time and space. Adi explores the space and the camera and extricates the single moment from them. He isolates it from the infinite continuum oftime which flows in the space, which is fixed and unchanging".

From the exhibition text-  by Mrs. Ketty Bar, curator.

 
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Played


Played


 

Toys are being made to make people happy. They are the magic of childhood and can Instantly bring us a tear or a smile coming from the past.  

From the series: PLAYED (TOYS AND MEMORIES) 

 

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Tokyo train ride


Tokyo train ride


Like any passion, you can never plan or predict Lomography. Every in between moment is special for me. When Lomographing I am not only living my life at the present with more intensity and excitements, but I am also conserving the present for my future.

the series photographed with a Lomo LC-A camera.

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Documentary: Hat by Hat by Hand


Documentary: Hat by Hat by Hand


documentary workshop FINAL project AT icp (International centre of PHOTOGRAPHY) MODERATED BY Mr. Andre lambertson. New York, August 2016

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from "JPNSM" book project


from "JPNSM" book project


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Documentary Project: “Giglio Boys of Brooklyn”


Documentary Project: “Giglio Boys of Brooklyn”


The "Giglio Boys of Brooklyn" Social Club was established in 1990 by descendants of Southern Italian immigrants that settled in Brooklyn in the 1880's. The name of the club pays homage to their patron saint San Paolino, to commend his courage and self-sacrifice. Once a year, the social-club members organise the Giglio Feast for the Southern Italian community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn commemorating Bishop Paulino's courage.

Final academic work at NYFA (New York Film Academy) moderated by Mrs. Nancy Burson. 

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Project-Women Delusion


Project-Women Delusion


Project in prgress.