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PRIVATE 54 | LOST

You are only dust amidst dust. You are only just visible even if you gesticulate, even if you make a commotion, even if you speak loud and clearly: you act

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Dorothy-Shoes, PRIVATE 54

Dorothy-Shoes | Monologues and Dystopias

Dorothy-Shoes’ origins in theater and set-design serve as her inspiration for her artistic expression. A natural storyteller, she now tells her stories with images.

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Adam Pańczuk, PRIVATE 54

Adam Pańczuk | Karczeby

In one of the dialects spoken in East Poland, which is a mixture of Polish and Belarusian, people strongly attached to the soil they had been cultivating for generations were

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Lyle Owerko, PRIVATE 54

Lyle Owerko | The Samburu

There are many stories about the ancient history and exact origin of the Samburu – sometimes referred to as ‘The Butterfly People’. The events of their beginnings have been passed

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Stephen Dupont, PRIVATE 54

Stephen Dupont | Sing-Sing

tephen Dupont’s Polaroid portraits from Sing-Sing, shot on 665 negative positive black and white film, are moments captured during preparation for the annual festival at Mount Hagen in Papua New

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Hans Jacob Haarseth, PRIVATE 54

Hans Jacob Haarseth | Scenes from abandoned houses

It is said that old houses have a soul. Who has not been in an old and abandoned house and let the thoughts wander. Who were the people who lived

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PRIVATE 54, Sarolta Bán, p. 56-57 (59)

Sarolta Bán | Dreams

bout three years ago I discovered digital photo manipulations and I quickly fell in love with it. It’s like playing and it gives almost unlimited possibilities to develop many ideas.

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Ross McDonnell, PRIVATE 54

Ross McDonnell | Turkana. Cultures of change

hese images document, from a cultural perspective, the impact of climate change on the tribal communities of the Turkana people of Northwestern Kenya. The Turkana are pastoralist communities and are

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Matt Black, PRIVATE 54

Matt Black | The Kingdom of Dust

Rising from the remnants of what was once a vast inland sea, California’s Central Valley is an agricultural empire unparalleled in the history of the world. Covering an area larger

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