• Julian Barrett

Hanoi Khuya 4

Updated: Feb 28, 2020

Khuya is an old Vietnamese word meaning ‘very late at night'. It's a word with certain romantic allusions, especially when applied to the streets of Hanoi. This series of photographs was shot between 2015 and 2018, always after midnight and before dawn. It was in part inspired by the impressionistic street photography of Brassai and of his endless walks around his adopted home of Paris in the 1930s.



61. Long Bien Bridge

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63. Cho Hom, Fabric Market

64. An Old House on Chau Long

65. An Old House near Hoang Hoa Tam.

66. An Old House near Hoang Hoa Tam. Detail. (La Fleur de l'Eau)

67. An Old House on Hai Ba Trung

68. Thuy Khue from the Vong Thi gate.

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70. Thuy Khue After Rain.

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72. Long Bien Market

73. Su Hao

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75. An Apparition, Tay Ho

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79. A Nightclub

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82. A Wrought-Iron Gate

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85. International Modernism

86. Graffiti

87. Bamboo Ladders

88. Ribs

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90. Market at Dawn

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