Un piccolo racconto fotografico per raccontare la periferia a mia figlia.
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In this Photo essays online gallery, we will publish some of the photo essays than we will not be able to include in PRIVATE magazine.
I am interested in exploring the effects of cultural and political conditioning and processes that affects the creation of memory.
The City of the Dead of Cairo is a cemetery, but here lives about one million and half people. This a vision from a place where it’s Life and Death,
The see the true form of the White cliffs you must be ”dive” into contact with them. Being there I feel thrown back to the very basics of my being.
Like the life is changing in Iran, starting by some little things.
Over the last winter Peter Ydeen has been photographing the silent and empty geometries and ethereal energy of the Easton Pennsylvania nights.
Suverau dreaming. An introspective trip to an unknown, known town.
Nelson “La Maldad” Manchego has created a warm and educational atmosphere within a hollow shell of a space.
The transgenders in Bangladesh, and in other parts of South Asia, are locally known as Hijras. In the West, they are known as hermaphrodites or eunuchs.
How the lack of investments and the ethnic discriminations affect daily life of Kurds in Iran.
The project deals with economic inequality and the life of people in a disadvantaged area in Philadelphia, USA.
Vsqve ad finem is a Latin motto meaning to the very end, primarily used by Gladiators and Roman legionaries. Often used in reference to battle…
Rediscovering the silvery effect of moonlight during a power outage in some part of a city.
I believe in photographing what you feel and not what you see. As I wandered around the park, feelings of sadness, of lightness, of transition overcome me.