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Sabrina Merolla. Sept. 18, 2015: A blackboard announces the start of 24Hours Project's Exhibition, as people pass through the glass doors of Slash Gallery and Bar in Naples, Italy.

Twenty-four Hours to Document the Human Condition of Our Cities

Born in 2012 as a restricted collective mobile photo project, the 24Hour Project has quickly become a huge event, involving more than 2000 persons around the world only this year.


© Stephen Shore, St. Sabas Monastery, Judean Desert , 2009

Life at the margin, interview with Stephen Shore

Life at the margin For the international photography project This Place, the well known French photographer Frédéric Brenner invited 10 colleagues to work in Israel and the West Bank in


A picture from Lina Pallotta's project Porpora and Valerie.

The Story From Within, interview with Lina Pallotta

Long-term photographic narrative author and visual reportage educator, Lina Pallotta does not fear innovation. We met her for a conversation about story-telling, visual education and nowadays’ expressive chanllenges for the


Interview with Ian Teh, Dark Clouds

I was very struck by the fact that in same pictures people look like very small, almost miniatures, surrounded by the contest, the outside. Is this element functional to your

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Versilia, Italia, summer 2011

Federica Di Giovanni | Camping Italia

Camping Italy is sea smell mixed with Autan, fried or grilled onions, and pinewood. Perhaps, it’s mixed with water and salt too, something deep inside that you do not know

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Asia, Mongolia. 18/03/2011. In the photo, 29-year-old Erdene Tuya hauls a sheep lost for the dzud to a small burial ground close to their yurt (gher). In Mongolia's Arkhangai province, the Tsamba family lives on the edge, struggling through harsh winters alongside their herd of sheep. Severe winter conditions, known as dzud, have been responsible for the deaths of half the family's once 2,000-strong herd over the past three winters. Recently, in search of warmer pastures, the Tsambas moved from Bulgan province in the north to this region near a central Mongolian village called Ulziit.

Alessandro Grassani | Environmental migrants: the last illusion

2008 became the point of no return: for the first time in history there are more people living in cities than in rural areas.

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Bali, Indonesia, November 2011. Nengah, 56 years old, schizophrenic for 11 years, in chain for 5 years. His family doesn't release him otherwise he becomes aggressive.

Giulio Paletta | Mental disease in paradise

Mental disease in Bali is not an easy thing. The secluded and traditional Balinese community doesn’t accept the existance of this illness.

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THINSPIRATION, WorldWideWeb, 2011-2012

Laia Abril | Thinspiration

The project is a personal and introspective journey across the nature of obsessive desire and the limits of auto-destruction, denouncing disease’s new risk factors: social networks and photography.

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Valentino Bellini | Akwatia: bodies at work

Ghana is a country rich in natural resources, especially of gold, which is extracted with bare hands by a lowcost labor force, to be sold at competitive prices on the

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Bangladesh, Chalna, September 2010. Two women near their huts in the village of Chalna during floods. Their homes are increasingly threatened by rising water.This area in Bengala Bay is particularly affected by flooding. The cyclones, floods and monsoons hit the Bengal Bay annually causes the destruction of harvests and of entire villages because of increased rainfalls and sedimentation in river flow. The people who inhabit in this area are forced to migrate to Dahka slums with their children and live in dangerous and inhumane conditions.

Luca Catalano Gonzaga | Child Survival in a Changing Climate

Climate changes represent one of the biggest challenges humanity will face in the coming years. Global warming, ice melting, the frequency of droughts and floods are all symptoms of the

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Turku, Finland (1997) / Manila, Philippines (2012)

Lawrence Sumulong | In Answer

At the heart of this series, I am re-envisioning the changes in my family’s life following my father’s death, the self imposed exile that occurred, and the depression that followed.

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On a bus along the Vişeu Valley, 2007.

Luigi Fiano | Maramures

hen I first started to work as freelance photographer in 2007, I went to Romania because I wanted to show the social changing of this country after its entrance in

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