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PRIVATE 37, an Ecological Question

PRIVATE 37 | an Ecological Question

The destruction of our environment – albeit caused by natural disasters – involves parties (communities, governments or industrial players) and is often the result of a multiplicity of factors: human negligence, inadequate planning, criminal abuse of our resources, natural causes. This issue of PRIVATE offers its readers a selection of photographs that touches onto the […]

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PRIVATE 37, p. 58-59 (58-61)

Marco Giovenale | August is the worst month to die

August is the worst / month to die. / People do not listen to / trivial whispers nor / to shooting guns. Too much tv, / too many home-made movies / in a webcam lifetime…

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PRIVATE 37, p. 12-13

Alessio Zanelli | Getaway

Mist and dew / no longer inhabit the dale. / Plumes of smoke are the reeds / in the miry oxbows. / And the snow-hearted boy / who ran above the sky / on feet of Favonius / and with locks of Sol…

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PRIVATE 37, p. 08-09 (08-13)

Antonin Kratochvil | Chernobyl

It was the world’s worst nuclear disaster: the explosion of Chernobyl’s No. 4 nuclear reactor in Ukraine on April 26th, 1986, spread a huge cloud of radioactive dust over much of Europe.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 14-15

Wolf Böwig | Promised Land

The conflict between Forces Nouvelles and the President Laurent Gbagbo opened the way to sacred and untouched forests.

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PRIVATE 37_16-17

Danny Veys | “Re-construction” Aceh

On December 26th 2004 the coast of the Aceh province in Indonesia was heavily struck by a tsunami. Approximately 200,000 people were killed.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 20-21 (20-25)

Olivier Culmann | La marée noire de l’Erika

A photographic work about the black tide, the oil that came ashore after the wreck of the tanker called Erika

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PRIVATE 37, p. 26-27 (26-31)

Kai Bornhöft | True Colours

A series of photography taken in the aftermath of vanishing natural resources.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 32-33 (32-37)

Pedro Isztin | In situ

The land, the trees, the sky, the water, the world we have made in the midst of the world as it is. The people we are making of ourselves from the people we are and the people we have been.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 38-39 (38-41)

Dean Sewell | Drought in Australia

During real drought conditions it is important that water is kept up to the livestock and a major priority is the daily checking of the water pumping infrastructure…

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PRIVATE 37, p. 42-43 (42-45)

Ron Haviv | Ecological Forest

Rod Blake and his family are environment conscious forest managers. The way Blake runs his company has been endorsed as being a socially beneficial and economically viable management of the world’s forests.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 46-47 (64-51)

Fabio Domenicali | Remains from the future

The resulting work aims at documenting the slow and inexorable decay of large industrial complexes and of the workers that worked there, and that used to be the mainstay of Italian economy since the end of WWII till now.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 52-53 (52-57)

Nanda Gonzague | Living in Sevesia

Thirty years after the Seveso incident in Italy and four years after the A.Z.F. factory explosion, many areas in Europe have been placed under the jurisdiction of the Seveso II directive. There are an estimated million people living in separate alert zones.

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PRIVATE 37, p. 58-59 (58-61)

Stefano David | Metropolis

The theme of the photographic research Metropolis is not Rome as everybody knows it, with all its artistic and architectural heritage, nor the eternal city with its millenary remains.

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