Where Children Sleep (Hardcover)
- Moving portraits of children from around the world paired with powerful images of where they sleep
- The first volume sold over 20,000 copies and featured in the New York Times, the Telegraph and NPR, among many other publications. It is now sold out
- Volume 2 contains all new imagery
This is the second volume in James Mollison's well-known ongoing photographic project that documents the varied conditions in which children live, sleep and dream across the globe. A compassionate commentary on class, race and inequality, the detailed photographs of the children and their sleeping arrangements are set alongside texts about their families, habits, and hobbies, from martial arts boarding schools to climate change protests, hurricanes and refugee camps. This new volume touches upon the fast-changing issues of climate change and gender.