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01 Mar 2016

Brumlebys Faces By Ken Hermann

Ken Hermann examines the people and faces of Brumleby, an enclave of Copenhagen. Originally built in 1853 by the Danish Medical Association out of a desire to create healthy, cholera-free homes for the working class, today the area still retains a unique identity, a city within a city, full of history and tradition. Hermann’s portraits capture its inhabitants and show the diversity of the community with stark, authentic photography.