Harraga Guys, means “Burning the Borders” to migrate. Minors disembark on the italian coast. We illustrate a charity project to protect their future.
On Friday, 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom awoke as a nation starkly divided.
A new type of show that puts in connection circurs number, live music and theater.
Havana is alive and buzzing with an influx of tourists wanting to see it ‘before it all changes’. But the city is changing and you can feel it. ‘Cuba: the Havana effect’ sheds light on the situation outside of the capital and the extent to which these changes – best observed in Havana – are […]
Sein Win’s ultimate dream is not only to fly, but “to see the world before he is too old”. These images attempt to capture one man’s determined spirit and perseverance in pursuing a lifelong ambition.
This series is part of a project on New Orleans’ identity. I questioned myself on what it is to be a New Orleanian.
The Untitled, photo essay by Erika Pineros The Untitled Ti•tle |’tîtl|: LAW – a right or claim to the ownership of property. In recent years Cambodia has seen a dramatic increase in land grabs and forced evictions. Economic land concessions and development projects have displaced tens of thousands across the country, leaving them homeless and […]
Rom on the Air, photo essay by Davide Pamisano & Manuela Marchetti The BTR-Sat tv-station broadcast all over Europe satellite television programs from its seat in Shukta (Macedonia), tenth municipality of the city of Skopje, and the first and only city-hall in the world, recognized institutionally by nationals of Roma origin. This place, therefore, has become […]
Depopulation, photo essay by Daniel Depellegrin The project investigates current and past infrastructure development in highly urbanized and rural areas of Eastern and South-Eastern Baltic States. Forms and horizons of urban development in cities around the Baltics envy the depopulation problem through the phenomena of urbanisation and land abandonment in rural areas. Since independence from […]
Jusqu’à Donetsk, photo essay by Thomas Girondel It was a self-funded project. It consists of street shots and portraits of people I met. The latter entrusted me with their daily concerns regarding events in Ukraine, their opinions about the future of Eastern European countries, freedom of speech, and the fear of a major international conflict. […]
Street Theography, the conflict between the intimate nature of faith and the public… (photo essay by Kostya Smolyaninov)
Every year 10,000 monks make the journey to Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand for the alms offering… (photo essay by Anthony J. Bennett)
This photographic project is about the first intercultural and interreligious school of “Alice Project”, founded in 1994 in Sarnath, India… (photo essay by Maria Concetta Cardamone)
Science has demonstrated that each person makes their own interpretation of what they visualize, according to their experiences and what is more relevant to them. (Photo essay by Nuno Awouters)