The kitchen is the centre of the house, it’s where all the best chats take place during parties and it’s the place were all those wonderful meals with friends and family begin.
You can tell a lot about a person by their kitchen and that’s the idea with this project from the photographer Claude Savona that explores the kitchens of elderly people in London.
Savano told Feature Shoot that he has a keen interest in the effect that material possessions have on identities. Taking pictures of the kitchen sink in people’s homes across London the artist says “The kitchen window, represents a perfect space for daydreaming as one stood in his mundane space whilst looking out into a more beautiful world which he could aspire to.”
It’s a nice look at a part of the kitchen most of us spend a lot of time near but never really consider.
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