The strong will of the 32 women who make up the community, allows to contrast every day, cultural restrictions of their country and the adversities of nature… (photo essay by Marco Marucci)
With a new approach in traditional nature photography, Laurent tries to capture the humanity and personality of each animal with deep black and high contrasts… (photo essay by Laurent Baheux)
Whenever I went out on the street of this metropolis that I have been living in for the last 30 years, one thing that always made me feel helpless and depressed…
The megaliths are indelible marks of our shared history! They are enthroned in our land for thousands of years and have been silent witnesses of our human passions…
People that now live in cardboard shelters with no water or electricity, working ten hours per day for less than four euros per hour. People that had to lose their identity and become tomato pickers…
The road, the crash, before a deafening noise of nothingness, the nothingness from which they are precipitated indefinite duration in people in a vegetative state, victims of road accidents.
Toynbee used to say that the nomad is the one who stays put. The one who do not leave when the desert moves forward or the steppe turns drier.
This series focuses on the connection between people and territory and the significance of trans-national and transcultural identities, exploring the relevance of European identity and its relationship with concepts of home and belonging, memory and territory and how these have been shaped by events.
Since the Schengen Agreement entered into force in 1995, the borders in many parts of Europe have gradually faded from the landscape and from people’s minds.
Catastrophe is a zero point of being. I followed a route across the burnt land searching for the development of the remaining life.
The harsh weather made human encounters rare and the structures that remain have become relics abandoned in a sea of hay and ice, reminders of a past human presence.
Huanaque is a very small village lost into the Bolivian Andes, on the edge of the world-famous salt desert of Tunupa-Uyuni.
This photo documentary is trying to portray a land in full transformation through the everyday life of Greenland’s teenagers.
Welcome to the Zoo of this so called civilized World. Where hundreds of people are still being treated worse than animals.