Where children Sleep Remember your childhood bedroom? Whether you were fortunate enough to have your own, or shared space with siblings, your room was your own personal kingdom. The only place in the world you could call the shots and even make up your own arbitrary rules.  One could learn a lot about a child by looking at their bedroom. James Mollison thought so too. He spent over 3 years photographing where children sleep, from rural Africa to posh 5th avenue.  Some children were desperately poor, even homeless. But this photographic journal allows the viewer to connect with a child and perhaps think of their own childhood or children or perhaps,  just of their own humanity.

Where children sleep, tokyo

Where children sleep, Senegal