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Commuters

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The shadows of commuters are overlapping in the winter light at Kayaba-cho,Tokyo, where many stock brokerage companies are concentrated. This is Kento @awawaken posting @burndiary . #japan #tokyo

Flash

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She shoots me by iPhone using flash at my favorite bar. This is Kento @awawaken posting @burndiary . #japan #tokyo

Cat

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A cat walking through light and shadow. This is Kento @awawaken posting @burndiary . #tokyo #japan

Delivery

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At lunchtime a man is delivering Japanese food Soba by bicycle. This is Kento @awawaken posting @burndiary . #japan # Japanese #Tokyo .

Marunouchi

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In a cold morning business men commute to work at Marunouchi, business district of Tokyo. This is Kento @awawaken posting @burndiary . #japan #tokyo

Sarah Pabst – Reclusive

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Sarah Pabst

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“And in the end, we were all just humans… drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald

When we met we were immediately drawn to each other, but we didn’t have an easy start. There was love and passion, but also addiction and pain. Out of an inner need I turned the camera to what was close to me, to have something to hold on to if things threatened to fall apart. So I started photographing us, him, me and what surrounds us — intuitive moments I felt the need to capture. I tried to find out who he is and who I am. We are afraid of the darkness in us, but, “in love the dark confirms that we are together“ (John Berger).

Sexuality becomes an affirmation of life itself. In nature I find my way back to my childhood self — to memories mixed with happiness and doubt. Upon these memories, 12000 km away from my native country, I try to build the future. Nature turns into a gleam of hope, a happy outcome of troubled times. This imagery is my journey, my intimate diary as I search for the answers to the vertigo of everyday life and the torments of my heart and soul. It’s about my life, my feelings, about us.

Because, in the end, we are all just full of hope to put back together those broken pieces.

 

 

Bio

Sarah Pabst is a German-born (1984) documentary photographer and painter and lives since 2013 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Besides her personal intimate work she mainly focusses on women and identity topics. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. She was awarded with the 3. Prize in the ‘Women in Society’ Category of the Picture of the Year (POY) LATAM 2015, the Canon Profifoto Förderpreis (Grant) in 2014 and her work was published in Vice, Lensculture, Le Monde Diplomatique, Profifoto, Burndiary, Zeit Online, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Revista Pecado, Brigitte Young Miss, Deutsche Welle and the Max Planck Journal, among others. She’s a featured Instagram photographer since 2015. From 2012-2015 she worked as an adjunct lecturer for photography at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany, where she also writes her doctoral thesis on Documentary Photography in Argentina. After university she continued her education in workshops and courses with Antoine d’Agata, Leo Liberman, Mariana Maggio, Christian Rodriguez, Nicolas Janowski and Carlos Bosch. She is currently working on her first self-published book and took workshops on photobooks with Gonzalo Golpe, Julieta Escardó and recently with Veronica Fieras of Riot Books and Martin Bollati. Sarah studied Spanish, Painting and Photography in Germany at the Universities of Köln and Wuppertal and graduated in 2011. In 2005 she travelled to Latin America for the first time which was a turning point in her life. She went back to the continent many times and started photographing social issues in 2006.

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Last post

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This is @albertinadurso posting from #elcampo . It’s my last post for @burdiary. A big thank you to @davidalanharvey who created this amazing community and is always so supportive to fellow photographers, and to @diegorlando who curates this feed and gave me the opportunity to be part of it. Most of all, thanks to all of you, for your interest, your support and your feedbacks. I hope that you have enjoyed my argentinian diary and that you will keep following my account @albertinadurso. Please have a look to my website where you will find my work and stay in touch with me! All the best for this New Year!

Armadillo

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A little “mulita” (armadillo) paid a visit. #elcampo This is @albertinadurso on my last day of @burndiary take over.

Jineteada

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Jineteada, Lujan. This is @albertinadurso posting from #elcampo

Gauchos

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Gauchos are getting ready for Lujan Jineteada. Photo @albertinadurso posting from #elcampo