Abdul Kircher comes from a family of artists. His grandfather was a painter known for his vivid Pop art, and his great-grandfather and great-uncle were goldsmiths. A lineage of this sort comes with a certain kind of pressure—to appreciate art, to find a medium, and, in short, to eventually create. Kircher, who was born in Berlin and raised in Queens, found photography when he was fifteen, and it quickly became his practice of choice. He was a Tumblr kid—those early adopters of the social-media platform who valued graphic and aesthetically pleasing depictions of life—and posted photographs of himself. His early work sought out stories of the people society had chosen to ignore: the homeless, the addicts, the poor. He looks back on those early years with a distant curiosity. When he was younger, making work about his family felt too obvious. In one, a framed photograph of a young Kircher and his mother hangs beside Jesus on the cross.
Abdul Kircher is the year-old photographer with one green eye and one blue eye, who's probably experienced more of the real world than you. A documentary photographer rather than a fashion one, the subjects in his pictures all have their own harrowing, dark or inspiring stories. Whether it's sitting down to chat to a homeless man or sparking up with an addict, Abdul gets those stories out, because what's the point of picture that doesn't say a thousand words? He finds beauty in the wretched and brings the cast off underbelly of society to life. He's landed his own modeling contract, popped up as the face of Diesel and photographed the Next Models showpack , but Abdul's first love is getting on the same level as the people he photographs and finding out their life stories. What do you do?
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