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Pedro_PortraitPedro Isztin (www.isztinfoto.com). Pedro’s photographs reflect the richness of his diverse heritage. Born in 1964 to a Colombian mother and Hungarian father, Isztin lives in Ottawa, Canada. His recent work explores monolithic structures, (in the series Remains), inner life and outer world, (the installation Sami), the subtlety of a human gesture, (Nuance), and studies of land and humankind’s influence on nature (in The River, Study of Structure and Form, and The Glade).

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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.

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Nuance

Photo essay by Pedro Isztin. Spirit, you are separate from the container of your impermanence. Through patience and attention, your subtle presence is revealed…

PRIVATE 37, an Ecological Question
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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 many facets of the environment.

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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.