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Serie by Martina Bacigalupo

The migratory line Libya – Italy is the most lethal one in the world, 3% of deaths in 2016. Over than 180.000 refugees have reached the Italian coasts, leaving behind them around 4500 persons left who lost their life trying to get to it.

Since its commissioning in February 2016 by SOS Méditerranée, the Aquarius saved 23.687 lives. The ship is pacing up and down the Libyan coasts from Italy. They do not delay to starts shifts on guard watching any craft that might need to be rescued. SOS...

Guillaume Zuili is the laureate of the 2017 Camera Clara Photo Award
News : Guillaume Zuili
Smoke & Mirrors
From 2017-11-17 to 2018-02-10
Exhibition : Guillaume Zuili
Mungo Man, The Last Voyage of A 40,000-year-old Ancestor
Serie : Dean Sewell
Photography Workshops
in Paris
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the Camera Clara Photo Prize is intended for artists working with view cameras. It awards a previously unpublished work of authorship; presented in a series or photographic ensemble allowing it to be judged for the coherence of both it’s form and content.

 

\"To impress these complex sentiments that combine contemplation and decoding, comprehension and reverie, Guillaume Zuili resorts to the most photographic aspect in image production: the print. This provides a salutary reminder that a photograph only exists in virtual and ephemeral form—the most...

 

Photographer Dean Sewell has cut across all over Australia to follow the last journey of the first Aboriginal ancestor. In 1974, a young geologist by the name of Jim Bowler, while on expedition for the Australian National University, was riding his bicycle around the edge of Lake Mungo, an...

 
Les 26 (après-midi), 27 et 28 Janvier 2018
Apprendre à faire une sélection parmi ses photographies et les organiser selon un agencement méticuleux est plus que jamais primordial pour donner à voir ses images...

Sacred Things: Elalmadinah …To The City
From 2017-12-01 to 2018-02-11
Exhibition : Liz Hingley
Strange beauty from Soviet sanatoriums
Serie : Claudine Doury
Ghana
From 2018-01-18 to 2018-02-24
Exhibition : Denis Dailleux
Népal. Épiphanies du quotidien
Book : Frédéric Lecloux

Photographer and anthropologist Liz Hingley has collaborated with Syrian individuals who have recently been welcomed into Coventry on a unique UN programme. Hingley employs crafts of the past from both Syria and Coventry to shed light on the future of the fastest growing city in the UK....

 

Oil baths, Radon mineral water massage, thalassotherapy at the edge of the Black Sea are the cure centers’ specialties – also called sanatoriums – in Naftalan, Kolkhida and Tskaltubo, respectively based in Azebadjian and in Georgia. Built from the twenties, these establishments have known...

 

C’est l’autre qui hante, qui happe, qui habite la photographie de Denis Dailleux. Les visages, les trajectoires de vie saisis en proximité, dans la simplicité et l’évidence nue de la beauté de chaque être. Après avoir passé de nombreuses années à photographier les gens en Égypte...

 
Nepal. Epiphanies of the Everyday Nepal is most famous for its extraordinary geography, yet the everyday life its inhabitants is played out elsewhere. Since 1994, Frédéric Lecloux has been documenting its upheavals and tumultuous history, right up to the earthquake in 2015 and the mass...

The Boys of Afghanistan’s Ski Fields
Serie : Andrew Quilty
Permafrost, victim of global warming
Serie : Paolo Verzone
Land of The Undefined Territory
Serie : Munem Wasif
Racism in India: the africain portraits (extract)
Serie : Mahesh Shantaram

It’s in 2009 that the inhabitants from the small Afghan village of Aub Bala, or High Water in Balochi, saw what skis were like for the first time. A man and a woman working for the an international organization had come to the province, better known for its Taliban-destroyed stone Buddhas, to map...

 

In one of the northernmost corners of Russia lie the Lena river delta and its multiple islands. One of them is called Saymolov and harbours a scientific station dedicated to the study of permafrost. Every year for ten years, German and Russian scientists have been coming in the summer months to...

 

Munem Wasif’s has photographed a blurred boundary between Bangladesh and India with a dispassionate and systematic approach that mimics investigation, topographic study, geological survey or a simple aesthetic search. Unlike his other works with personal intimacy and humanistic vision, this one...

 

Racism In India : the African Portraits « Anywhere in the world, it takes a black person to teach us what racism really means. » On January 31st, 2016, Bangalore woke up to yet another news of a shocking mob attack against a Tanzanian student. This particular one was appalling enough to...

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