Street vendor in Paraguay

The portraits of street vendor boys from Paraguay represent the lost childhood, the anguish of living in the streets, never knowing when their next meal might be. Their features are nonetheless simple, despite the everyday hardness. They look intriguing, sweet but also rebellious.

No Talk
SRapallo, “No talk”, mixed media on paper, Paraguay, 2003.

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