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Thachom Poyil Rajeevan | r/e/c/y/c/l/i/n/g

by Thachom Poyil Rajeevan Beware them who come asking for old shoes. Wearing them one by one from the bigger to the smaller they will walk along the path you

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Espen Rasmussen (La violencia)

Espen Rasmussen | La violencia

Three million people have been displaced by the violent conflict in Colombia. Yet after 40 years of civil war and with the second highest number of IDPs in the world

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Paolo Verzone (Peshawar. The darkness of light)

Paolo Verzone | Peshawar. The darkness of light

Mid way on the main road from Islamabad to Kabul, the contemporary Muslim city of Peshawar, which means “The Place at the Frontier,” remains in many ways a place on

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Teru Kuwayama | No Man’s Land

his project is an examination of a grey space at the center of the global map. In political terms it ranges from the Iranian-Afghan border to the Pakistan-India Line of

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Michel Lozano (Shipwrecks of the night)

Michel Lozano | Shipwrecks of the night

oping to find a better life in Europe, every year dozens of men, women and children die while tempting to cross the Strait of Gibraltar on board makeshift crafts, without

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Christophe Agou (Life Below)

Christophe Agou | Life Below

rom 1998 until 2000, the underground world of the New York City subway became a stage for chance rendezvous with commuters from all walks of life – ordinary and mysterious.

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PRIVATE 40, p. 40-41, photo Anabell Guerrero, text Thachom Poyil Rajeevan

Anabell Guerrero | Delocalisation

single person and what they wear can be considered like a continent in two senses, the first private and the second historical. What a person’s physical presence contains for someone

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Antoine Agoudjian (Burning eyes)

Antoine Agoudjian | Burning eyes. Memory of Armenians

have been working on a photographic project dealing with memory since 1989. Every report leads me to places full of the history of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire where

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Daniel Challe (The Circle. Photographic diaries)

Daniel Challe | The circle. Photographic diaries

My photographs are flying pages of a photographic revue written every day in concentric circles from the limits of my garden fence up to the boundaries of the cities where

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