Loredana Celano

Small diary of an unexpected quarantine.
Not being able to leave my house, I decided to tell the apartment building where I live. Neighbors with whom I used to exchange the simple "good morning" or "good evening" have become my little big world. A world that I look through the grates of my window. Everyone is closed in his heart, but everyone knows that they are not alone.

Triage This is a time when hospitals have to decide who to treat first and who to keep waiting. This picture depicts a man laying in a pool of blood (represented by the red blanket), waiting...
In NYC, the grocery store shortages are everywhere.  It hit me really hard when I saw all the eggs were sold out.  Eggs are a staple for most peoples diets and generally very reasonable, so...
Isolation – something that i´m kind of always reaching for, but when suddenly demanded, turns out to be frightening. An empty shopping mall, always something fascinating and hauntingly beautiful,...
It was the day my boyfriend came back from a long holiday and found London way different then it was and me a little paranoid and sad. I took this photo from our garden when there was a window...
Picture says it all.....life in the times of coronavirus.
It's a simple key holder, right next to the entrance door of my flat and we start hanging there the masks where we usually hang the keys becouse you need them everytime you have to go out and I just...
There is a fear that comes from the unknown. The "invisible boogeyman" of coming into contact with the virus. The symptoms that can creep up upon us at a later date, or we may be symptomless and be...
Daily life in Barcelona, the days goes by as the neighbours try to keep a life as normal as they can. Couples need their space as well, a ray of spring sun it´s a treasure these days in Barcelona
It’s a good time, to take some time and think about the time… Night time Morning time Daytime Evening time Any time I lost track of time But now more than ever I have time to...
The photo was taken during the Covid19 pandemic.  A nurse looks at the horizon from a window with a look of hope.
Since coming home from school, I have felt the need to take a self portrait a day in quarantine, in order to keep myself from going insane. Some of these self portraits include my mother, as she is...
While my partner and I were out for the last time before the lockdown, I also found this shot of a bus driver with nothing to do and no one to transport so he was just waiting around. The Coronavirus...
When the virus began to spread I became most concenred and anxious about my dad. He is in his sixties and has COPD, a lung disease which puts him at a serious risk. We have been staying indoors as a...
After losing my job as a server to the Coronavirus pandemic, I started taking pictures of the barren streets and came across this near my locale grocer. As a server I absolutely agree: 86 COVID19...
I'm a painter living & working in County Kildare, Ireland.  A while ago, visiting my brother in Balbriggan, I came out of the house to see this double rainbow. The light of the sun had...

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