PRIVATE 57 | Inquiry – special VII photo agency
Davide Monteleone | Red Thistle
This project explores the extraordinary and unknown daily life of the people here. The breaking news and the geopolitical interest in these regions remains… Continue reading
Maciek Nabrdalik | Faith
For more than a thousand years, the Catholic Church has been interwoven into Poland’s cultural and political fabric, occupying a prominent role at the center of Polish life. Continue reading
Anastasia Taylor-Lind | The National Womb
In 2008, Nagorno-Karabakh’s de facto government introduced the Birth Encouragement Program, which distributes cash payments to newlyweds for each baby born, with the aim of repopulating the region after the devastating 1991-1994 Continue reading
Donald Weber | Interrogations
This work interrogates the interrogators. Without confessions and guilty pleas, courts everywhere would grind to a halt in an instant… Continue reading
Jocelyn Bain Hogg | The Family
There are few plastic gangsters in these pages. The exhibitionism of the late 90s has given way to realism, the vaudeville pageant replaced with first communions and birthday parties. Continue reading
Tomas van Houtryve | Behind the Curtains
Over the course of seven years, award-winning documentary photographer Tomas van Houtryve secured unprecedented access to North Korea, Cuba, China, Nepal, Vietnam, Laos and Moldova. Continue reading
Marcus Bleasdale | Lord’s Resistance Army
The rebel Lord’s Resistance Army and Joseph Kony, its messianic leader, have waged a campaign of massacres, torture, and abduction on civilians across Central Africa since the mid-1980s. Continue reading
Ashley Gilbertson | 100% Wall Street
Occupiers represented hundreds of different causes, though their overarching frustrations lay with economic inequality and corporate greed. Continue reading
Seamus Murphy | What Sustains the Revolution?
The network is the arterial core of the Syrian revolution and the main target for Assad in his efforts to crush dissent. Continue reading
Gary Knight | Inmigración Topografia: The Incineration of Migrant Dreams
This is a story about migration, the illegal migration of thousands of men, women and children from Central and South America into the United States. Continue reading
Stefano De Luigi | Kenya Drought
Kenya is facing a devastating drought, the worst in the last decade. Parts of the country haven’t seen a drop of rain for several years, livestock and crops are dying and people are getting weaker every day. Continue reading
Lynsey Addario | Mississippi Health Care
Nowhere is the American Health Care System more broken and desperate than rural Mississippi. Continue reading
Ed Kashi | Madagascar
Images of the dignified and vibrant people of Southeast Madagascar offer a cross-examination of the intricate ties that bind all humans to the earth and raise questions about our planet’s ability to sustain itself. Continue reading
Adam Ferguson | Myanmar in Transition
After 15 years under house arrest, the Nobel Peace laureate and leader of the National League for Democracy, Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi, contested Myanmar’s parliamentary bi-elections on April 1, 2012. Continue reading
Vanessa Winship is the latest in a long line of illustrious photographers to document the lives and landscape found within the United States.
On the planet where we are securely magnetized to its surface, it is clear: everything that falls is doomed to land on the “ground”. Rarely and randomly some things end up rolled into the mixture of bituminous pitch with gravel, aka “asphalt”.
The workshop is open to 9 participants, either professional photographers or advanced amateurs who wish to improve their photographic style and technics or experiment with a new genre.
Always faithful to her promotional approach of the most diversified contemporary photography, Annie Gabrielli gallery chose to expose Corinne Mariaud, press photographer who invests several artistic forms by way of fashion and visual arts.