PRIVATE Photographers

Photographers who are published in PRIVATE magazine.

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Gohar Dashti | Slow decay

Today as much as our lives have been disassociated from its surrounding environment, yet it is directly influenced by it. The shots have captured the cruel moments of misery and fatigue, though are not expressive of a certain event in time or place…

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Hossein Fatemi | In The Mud For Love

The Lake Urmia in Northwestern Iran is the largest lake in the Middle East. The water of the Lake is heavily saturated with salt, causing a lack of any vegetation or fish. But the salt and mineral laden mud are reputed to have healing properties for skin and rheumatic afflictions…

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Hamid Janipour | Old Shalyar

This ceremony is held each year Wednesday and Tuesday in half of February. According to some historians, it has been celebrated for more than a thousand years. “Old Shalyar Wedding Ceremony” is a common ceremony, which is held 45 days after the winter begins and it take place in 2 weeks…

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Alireza Fani | A Memorial For Today

A Memorial for Today series, reality replaces fantasy and criticism of the external and gives way to exploring the internal world; Fani substitutes contemplative vagueness for explicit symbolism. He moves from manipulated photography and photomontage to staged photography.

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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.

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Matias Costa | Schools in Mali

In Mali, 85% of women suffer genital mutilation. Nearly 66% leave school early, and one in every five are forced to marry before the age of fifteen. Half of the 13 million souls who inhabit this corner of Africa are under age and only 50% of Malian girls go to school.