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Slum Huts in Bangladesh Photographed by Sebastian Keitel

Sebastian-Keitel photography

Sebastian Keitel is a recent graduate of University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Art and Design Bielefeld, Germany. He lives in Cologne, Germany and works everywhere.

For this series, Staged Reality, Keitel staged and photographed interiors of slum huts in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka, where about 4 million people live in 5,000 informal settlements. The growing number of slums in developing countries is a global problem, the precise location therefore not so important. This work is rather an example for the living conditions of over one billion people worldwide. In addition, the photographs tell of man’s striving to create his home as comfortable as possible, even under such extreme conditions.

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

Bangladesh slum huts Sebastian-Keitel photography

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