Alike But Not Alike: Peter Zelewski Explores The Strong Bond Between Sets Of Identical Twins

Peter Zelewski is a London based portrait and documentary photographer. Born in Detroit, USA he moved to London in the 1980s and studied at the London College of Communication (LCC). Through his fascination of people and love of the city, he was drawn to the streets of London to take photographs of its citizens which has resulted in two award-winning projects ’People of Soho’ and ‘Beautiful Strangers’. In his ongoing portraiture project ‘Alike But Not Alike’, Zelewski explores the similarities and differences and the strong bond between sets of identical twins with a series of hard-hitting portraits taken over a two-year period encompassing twins of all ages, races and sexes. Zelewski will be exhibiting some of these portraits in a new exhibition at the Hoxton Hotel Gallery in Shoreditch from 22 February (link below).

Alike But Not Alike: Peter Zelewski explores the strong bond between sets of identical twins
Delilah and Tullulah, 13 years old, London, January 2018.
Alike But Not Alike: Peter Zelewski explores the strong bond between sets of identical twins
Katherine and Claire, 27 years old, London.
Alike But Not Alike: Peter Zelewski explores the strong bond between sets of identical twins
Jeromie and Joel, 18 years old, London, March 2017.
Alike But Not Alike: Peter Zelewski explores the strong bond between sets of identical twins
Reggie and Mickey, 2 years old, London, October 2017.
Alike But Not Alike: Peter Zelewski explores the strong bond between sets of identical twins
Ronja and Vår, 22 years old, London, January 2018.

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