In his series, Absence of Water, he depicts the dilapidated state of Victorian-era swimming pools and public baths in the UK. These places, which were in vogue at the beginning of the 20th century, bear witness to changing living conditions and evolving tastes. In this series, absence is poignantly felt, provoking a sense of nostalgia for a bygone past.
Absence of water
Gigi Cifali holds a Master’s degree in photojournalism from the University of Westminster and has won numerous awards as a documentary photographer such as the AOP Photographers Awards (Association of Photographers), IPA International Photography Awards Lucie Foundation Awards, Fuji Photo Awards, Calumet Assistant Photo Awards.
Finalist of the Contemporary Talents 2012 competition of the François Schneider Foundation, he works on the memory of places linked to water.