More than a photographic project…

‘Everybody’ is Gone is not intended to be a vanity photographic project, but something bigger. Departing from a ‘naive’ visual exploration of the city through a snappy photographic lens, it wants to open a public debate about making the cities for the people.

This is a project exploring urban sustainability, the process of gentrification and the social impact of aggressive development, in this case in London, but can be applied to other big cities.

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The project aims to collaborate with the following groups, if you are interested in being part of this project by creating debates, setting sub-projects or just sharing information, please get in touch.

    • architects
    • urban planners
    • journalists
    • economists
    • politicians and activists
    • other creatives
    • universities
    • and the public…

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