Little Adults by Anna Skladmann

German photographer Anna Skladmann has published a book full of aesthetically intricate and artistic portraits of wealthy children Russia children, who are raised to act like adults.

“This series ‘Little Adults’ explores what it feels like to grow up as a privileged child in Russia, a country where its radical history still rules the daily life. It is the exploration of the recently growing society of “Noveau-Riche” in which children have been raised to become the “Elite” and behave like little adults.”

These photos are just as interesting and telling as they are thoughtful and majestic. Check out the rest of the book at her website, and view some more captions here. Tell us what you think of the book, is this how children should be portrayed?

Source: The New Yorker

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