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May

Joydip Mitra: Losing Horizon – The Changpa Nomads of Trans-Himalayan India

Known as Changpas, or people who migrated from the Tibetan district of ‘Changthang, a very special community resides– or rather

22
Apr

Ksenia Diodorova: In the Cold

After the civil war in Tajikistan (1992–1997) and the following economic collapse, the people of Tajikistan found themselves in a

24
Mar

Alina Desyatnichenko: Baikal of Wonders

The land of Baikal region in Russia has always been sacred for the local indigenous peoples – buryats. After 70

16
Feb

Will Baxter: Rohingya

Viewed as outsiders in both Bangladesh and Myanmar, ethnic Rohingya Muslims have faced persecution for decades. Anti-Rohingya sentiment in Myanmar

22
Jan

Debmalya Ray Choudhuri: A Different World

This work is an extensive long-term research oriented work on the wastelands of major urban cities in a developing country

13
Jan

Helio Leon: The Purple Room

An exploration of my personal Istanbul underworld in 2012. Alone again in the city of chaos. I only find sense

07
Jan

Rene Koster: Antarctica

The Project ‘Antarctica’ shows a series of photographs of a voyage to the South Pole. I traveled with a sailing

06
Jan

Kamil Nureev: Life on the Edge of the Earth

Work on this project began in March 2016. In this series of photographs shows the life of the nomads people

24
Dec

Jalal Shamsazaran: The Story of People Who Will no Longer Have a Lake

Urmia Lake, located in the northwestern Iran was the second largest salt lake in the world and the largest in

19
Dec

Marylise Vigneau – Trouble in Paradise / Havana / Cuba

In Havana time is an unavoidable character . Destructive or facetious, sardonic or nostalgic, political or imaginary, irreverent in any

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