The Museo di Roma Trastevere displays the work of Manchester photographer Lee Jeffries whose 50 black and white images portray the faces of homeless men and women. Jeffries captures the suffering contained within each face, particularly in the eyes, with his dramatic use of light and shade. He photographed the protagonists of this exhibition, a world premiere, while wandering the streets of London, Paris, Rome, New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The show forms part of the 12th edition of Fotografia, Festival Internazionale di Roma. Museo di Roma in Trastevere, Piazza S. Egidio 1b, tel. 060608, www.museodiromaintrastevere.it.
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