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VIPA 2014 – Call for entries

The third edition of the annual documentary photography competition, Vienna International Photo Awards 2014 – VIPA for short – is now open for entries. The VIPA mission’s is to draw more attention to documentary photography in Austria and worldwide. The uniqueness of documentary photography lies in its rendering of a wide variety of themes, its […]

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Photography Workshops in New York

Photography Workshops in New York, fifth edition. A project by Spazio Labo’ | Centro di fotografia June 22 – 28 2014: “The Other Story” with Erica McDonald June 29 – July 5 2014: “The City is a witness” with Brian Ulrich July 7 – 13 2014: “The Open City” with Carolyn Drake & Andres Gonzalez […]

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Tommaso Rada | Caribbean Illusion

In 1941 in Tuscany nearby a small village named Rosignano, Solvay built a factory for the production of chemical products derived from NaCl. During the years the Solvay group built a new village around the factory. While the extraction site of the salt was and is located in Saline of Volterra, a typical Tuscany smooth […]

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Anik Rahman | Puppet Show

After every five years, the time for general election comes in Bangladesh, bringing with it a fresh season of despair and uncertainty. For the last couple of months, the nation has been passing through sheer horror and uncertainty due to the ongoing fierce political unrest that sparked from a couple of issues. Recently, the chronic […]

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Chema Madoz

As a poet assembles words, Chema Madoz works with a vocabulary of objects that he combines, modifies, and assembles to obtain unexpected marriages where surrealism and absurd stand close.

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Weegee

Son parcours de photographe l’a amené à côtoyer les démunis comme les nantis, les anonymes comme les stars. Avec un regard plein d’humanité et de férocité qu’il a jeté sur ses contemporains, il a toujours privilégié son autonomie en refusant de participer aux programmes d’aide financés par le gouvernement.

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Mattia Vacca | A Winter’ s Tale

A photographic long-term project on an ancient Carnival of the italian Alps. Mattia Vacca is an italian Photojournalist and a Documentary Photographer and he was granted exceptional access to the heart of a community which is notoriously closed. Watch the video, supports the project with your own contribution and help to produce the book!

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Frank Trimbos | Sangoma Initiation

Sangomas are the practitioners of traditional African medicine in Southern Africa. Animal sacrifices, ancestors consultations, herbs, meditation, ritual songs and dance are key aspects of the traditional sangoma healing. These traditional healers receive an extreme amount of respect, devotion and faith from a large amount of the South African population. Although there is a significant […]

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Marco Marucci | The Nando’s Circus

The Apollo circus started up in 2007 and then moved all around Italy, and abroad, with the new fellow Nando Orfei, whose name decorates the entrance. The Nando Orfei’s circus is indeed, one among few in Italy, made just of artists and no animals. Inside the chapitò and even more behind the stage, the emotions […]

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Nuno Moreira | State of Mind

State of Mind is a photographic series, and ultimately a book, about the individual quality of mysterious strangers. The images were captured over a period of several years traveling in countries such as Japan, Portugal, Hungary, Malaysia, Spain, South-Korea, Romania, Russia, Taiwan – and what emerged is a visual narrative on the poetic quality of […]

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