In recent years, Port Hope (Ontario, Canada) has undergone a significant radioactive waste remediation and removal process. Houses, farms, and public property have been identified for the removal of radioactive waste.
Photographers Archives: Mike Berube
Mike Berube (www.mikeberube.com) born in 1986. He lives in Toronto, Canada, where he is an established photographer. He initially gained recognition for his pictures in 2007 when he was commissioned to cover life in the slums in Kibera, Kenya. In 2008, the images would go on to receive recognition from World Press Photo and the Ian Parry Scholarship where his work was later exhibited at the Getty Gallery in the United Kingdom.
The photographers of this volume report the world as they have researched, investigated, explored, experienced and discovered it, and decided to tell us about.
Writer(s): Alan Corkish, Christopher North, Flavia Cosma, Gabriel Griffin, Gary Lehmann, Hans Durrer, Mana Aghaee, Margaret Saine, Sheema Kalbasi
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 […]
Writer(s): Agata Spinelli, Alessio Zanelli, Antonio Diavoli, Lucy Conticello, Marco Giovenale, Shanta Acharya, Srinjay Chakravarti
These photographs examine and witness the daily life within the slum. A place from where many do not escape.