A project about people who remain the last inhabitants of the Russian deserted villages. Those who stayed refer to this area as Desert.
A severe drought in the Marathwada region of India in 2016 triggered a massive agrarian crisis.
It’s a metaphor that reflects the human condition all too often forced into patterns and plaster roles and that leaves no room for imagination.
In this workshop, Phil Toledano is looking for people who’ve started a deeply personal project.
This workshop is directed at photographers interested in working on long-term personal documentary projects with a focus on individual story development.
Mountainland surveys the lives and societies of upland Southeast Asia.
The first part of Footlights pays tribute to the inventors of the early motion picture and special effects.
The workshop’s main objective is to provide students with a technical and conceptual fluency that they may apply within their own practice.
Home is a journey through the places in which I was born and raised.
In my photo diaries, I try keeping records of people’s faces, try to catch their moods, and the atmosphere of the places where I find them…
Reportage on the road used by Refugees in the Balkans in order to enter Europe.
“To be in exile is simply to have left ones country and to be unable to return. Every exile is a different, personal experience…” (Koudelka, interviewed by Caujolle)
In a time of rising fascism and threats to democracy around the world, this project speaks to the trauma of a government that attacks it’s citizens.
The zoo is actually becoming a crowded place and full of joy… I felt a sluggishness that is visible from the animals, visitors, and the empty cages.