While trekking in the Indian Himalaya for 3 months I came across the old, men that have farmed, women prayed and lived in the mountains their whole life.
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Dhaka is world famous for its urban density. The only mass transit mode in Dhaka City is bus. Recent survey expressed that Dhaka’s traffic congestion is among the heaviest in
One of the many ‘salarymen’ that you can see in all major cities in Japan. Because of the long working hours (13 hours a day, 6 days per week) many
I tried to convey the complexity of adolescent identity and high intense feeling that adults will never be able to feel again. Both emotionally and physically these people feel like
It is estimated that approximately 17 million unexploded anti-personnel and anti-tank mines; artillery shells; bombs dropped by aircraft and machine gun, small arms and mortar rounds remain beneath the sand.
Fair Svetlana is a series of portraits (77×150 cm) that were pictured in an old metal factor that seems to belong to a far and strange place in which time
For the most part tourists who visit Cuba only ever get to see their hotel or the beach resorts, they photograph the old American cars and the women with the
This project describes an industry in the absence of blood and other blood products in the face of strong request because there are many patients with acute leukemia, lymphoma, or
Just off a small roundabout in the middle of the English countryside lies New College Worcester. At first glance, it is a regular secondary school and sixth form, set in
I have always been curious and fascinated about slight expressions, movements of the face. The story telling of the eyes, and who we are or become when in front of
Grégoire Korganow, Père et fils, from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences A black background. A stark single light source. Two men stand in front of my lens. They are not the same age.
Dorothée Smith, Löyly (no miracles here), from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences n the Finnish language, «Löyly» describes the raising of innocuous smoke resulting from the transformation of matter (water -> steam), allegoric
Pretty are my ‘characters’, the people I met in Marseille in February 2008. Were they pretty? Anyway, all of them emit something eerily attractive.
Mastering this split image is the role which photographers of African origin have assigned themselves, sometimes against their better judgement, in order to avoid misunderstandings.
Writer(s): Argo Spier, Lawore Olufemi, Odimegwu Onwumere, Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, Segun Akinlolu, Simon Njami, Terry a O’Neal, Uche Nduka