Where children’s dreams dwell

March 29, 2011 § 8 Comments

As a child, I always thought that my bedroom was a kind of paradise, my own personal kingdom and it was. But I suppose not every child felt the same.

During the five years he spent crisscrossing the world, English-born photographer James Mollison captured images of children from all around the world -from the U.S.A., Brazil, England to Senegal, Cambodia, China and so many others– and their bedrooms. In his award-winning book Where Children Sleep, he reveals the different locations, where their own personal dreams dwell.


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