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Tag Archives | Portugal

Carnival dancers, Povoação, island of São Miguel, 2016.

Carnival Warriors

“Carnival Warriors” is the title of a long-term project that aims to document the Carnival rituals that take place in the archipelago of the Azores.

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Lisbon, January 2016. Ines gets home.

The photo essay about PERIOD

Achieve every woman of the world which is in childbearing. One of the facts most natural is, sometimes, treated as something totally unknown.

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Broken Ground (Portugal / Turkey), 2014

BROKEN GROUND

Broken Ground is a particular landscape that we can find in the city periphery, where a different organization and interaction between man and space is visible… (photo essay by Ana Catarina Pinho)

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lisboa, aug, 2014

Water Lilies

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)

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Sintra, Portugal 2013

Awake

Awake is a trip, one movement, one errant situation where anyone could enter. But there was no one, it was me. What caused it? And why? Until today I can’t explain, but I moved all those nights with insomnia… (photo essay by Fábio Miguel Roque)

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A view of a Portuguese village where ones of the poor family lives

The latest

“The Latest” is journey in the lower Portuguese social class, the struggle that 3 millions of Portuguese live every day, the 30% of Portuguese population considered poor.

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Pedro Nunes, CAIS

Pedro Nunes | Cais

CAIS is a Charity, an IPSS (Private Institution for Social Solidarity), founded in 1994 to promote and support the empowerment and autonomy of people in a situation of homelessness and extreme poverty. A member of several international organizations, CAIS also has an important role in the promotion of debate and reflexion on issues related to […]

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The hand of Mr Albino showing his soldier identification

Tommaso Rada | Forgotten Soldiers

This bloody war, that was going to be named Portuguese Colonial War, ended only in the 1974 when the Portuguese regimen full down.

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10/05/2011 - Father Fontes is known for his wisdom in witchcraft and herbs, Vilar de Perdizes, Portugal

Miguel Proença | Behind The Hill

Man always search answers. Throughout history, throughout the ages, we are continually looking for ways to justify our existence, reasons to justify what our mind could not. Long time ago, some truths were taken for granted…

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João Pedro Marnoto | Nine Months of Winter and Three of Hell

ith the title taken from a popular expression from the Douro and Trás-os-Montes region, the work reflects about the people that leave beyond the slopes of the Douro River, engrained in the land that sustains its hunger and the faith that points towards the skies, in a step and deep vertigo in the temperature of […]

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Miguel Ferraz Araújo | Kola San Jon

Cova da Moura is a small Ghetto in Lisbon, that was builded illegaly in the seventies by Capverdian migrants. This area has a bad reputation, because of the youth gang violence and drug traffic which became a daily problem. Every second person living in this area is younger than twenty years and is confronted with […]

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