Sandro di Carlo Darsa


Visiting & Regular Faculty

Sandro di Carlo Darsa is a photographer in Paris. His first introduction to photography came in the art of framing as shawn in his images of architecture all around the world.

It is mostly as a photographer traveler; documenting the local social issues and people life, where Sandro has found his most rewarding work: Images of Bangladeshi workers, youth prostitution in Philippines, exiled Chechen women and more.

Indoors studio provides an inexhaustible source to explore abstract and conceptual ideas. With an approach that is humanist by nature, Sandro’s work follows a critical eye drawn to the unusual in our world.

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