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In 1962,  Joseph Koudelka  embarked on an eight-years’ project, a photo-essay in the tradition of Life magazine on the Gypsies of Czechoslovakla. Composed of portraits where the sitters were facing the camera, Koudelka dealt with the daily lives of Gypsies. Completely aware of the photographer’s presence and accepting of it, he was allowed into world very few non-Gypsies know from the inside. Dynamic and enigmatic,Koudelka looks through his subjects, finds the passage from the unconscious to…

JOSEPH KOUDELKA - Gypsy - See the exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago this summer www.ru International Society for the Romani Culture Studies

Parigi, 1945

Roma gypsy dance in Parish 1945 via: My Bohemian History ajromale: Roma Dance in Paris 1945

Portrait of Gipsy (or gitane) girl in Saintes Maries de la Mer, France.

Portrait of Gipsy (or gitane) girl in Saintes Maries de la Mer, France.

Romani Gypsy band "Svenko" from Russia. Gypsy musicians, dancing barefoot Gypsy girls. Barfuss Zigeunerin. Des Bohémiennes à pieds nus. Des Gitanes à pieds nus. Las gitanas descalzas.

The nomadic Gypsies play a massive role in the Empire of Ay, appearing in nearly every book, usually to spare the heroes. "Young, scantily clad Gypsy girls danced and flirted with the men, in order to distract them from their sorrows.

Madame Pace - colour inspiration for her costume (not flamenco dancer but more like gypsy)

Madame Pace - colour inspiration for her costume (not flamenco dancer but more like gypsy)

Russka Roma, also known as Russian Gypsies, are the biggest Romani group of Russia. They were nomadic for a long time. Russka Roma’s tratitional occupations were horse trading (for men) and fortune telling and begging (for women), but in Russia they are more famous for their fiery dances and songs. Gypsy bands and camps are called tabor in Russia.

Russka Roma, also known as Russian Gypsies, are the biggest Romani group of…

TÜRKİYE-Light in Babylon, müzik grubu. İlk resmî albümleri olan ‘Life sometimes doesn’t give you space (Yaşam bazen size alan tanımaz) 2012 yılında piyasaya sürüldü.[1] Farklı etnik köken ve kültürlerin birleştiği projede; Michal Elia Kamal (İran kökenli İsrailli) solist ve şarkı sözü yazarı olarak, Julien Demarque (Fransız) gitarist olarak, Mete Çiftçi (Türk) santur çalarak yer aldı

Michal Elia Kamal, Light in Babylon Beyoğlu, Istanbul: street entertainer

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