TITLE : DREAMLAND
SERIES
AUTHOR : TARAS BYCHKO

 

“Dreamland. Side of sea” is a series of photographs that captures the relaxed atmosphere of life by the seaside leading up to the beginning of the summer season. 

Without the tourist frenzy, these English towns offered me the tranquility I desperately needed. 

The coastal ambiance breathes new life and inspires dreaming. It’s a place where one can find solace, be alone with their thoughts, and envision their dream life.

The street photography series, “Dreamland,” was taken by photographer Taras Bychko between February and May 2023. 

The photos were captured during travels along the coastline of England, spanning from Brighton to Margate.

Taras Bychko
 

Was born in Lviv, Ukraine in 1987.

He works in the genre of documentary and art photography, is a curator, teacher and judge of various international competitions, as well as a member of the international street collective “Little Box Collective”, co-founder of the group “Ukrainian street photography”

Author of two books: “Sykhiv” (Lviv, 2020); “Two rooms” (Lviv, 2021).

Since 2020, he has been working as a curator of photo projects at the Lviv Municipal Art Center.

Became the winner and finalist of the National Award “Photographer of the Year” (2016), Leica Street photo (2019), Miami Street Photo Festival (2016,2017,2018), Streets Sans Frontiers, (2018), Documentary Family Awards (2017,2018,2019), Life Framer (2022), reFocus Awards (2022), IPA (2022)

Published in LFI, Burn Magazine, National Geographic, Lens Culture, Bird in Flight, The Village, Reporters, and other publications.

 

Currently lives in London, UK.

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