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04
Jan

Justin Barton: Transnistrian Patriot

The true nature of national identity and our elemental need to bond with patriotism is questioned in the face of

25
Nov

Farhad Rahman: Song of a Coast

The sea changes by time. Land lost with reaming past. New story created with a new settlement. Time changes people’s

19
Nov

Takashi Yasui: Everyday Life In Japan

My name is Takashi Yasui, I’m 35 years old, and live in Osaka, Japan. Basically, I take photos in Kyoto

30
Oct

Andrea de Franciscis: Himalaya’s Outlawed Marijuana Fields

Nestled in the Himalayan foothills at an altitude of 10,000 ft. (3,000 m), entire villages and communities subsist on illegal

17
Oct

Probal Rashid: Climate Crisis in Bangladesh

Probal Rashid, a photographer who has documented pollution and Tuberculosis in Bangladesh, where he is based, has turned his lens

08
Oct

Bangkok: Airplanes = Home

In a private field in a neighborhood just east of Bangkok, three impoverished Thai families have been living in disused

27
Sep

Justin Jin – Zone of Absolute Discomfort

Little besides dots of nomadic tribes and spectres of Soviet concentration camps haunt the icy desert of the Russian Arctic.

18
Sep

Tariq Zaidi: Hunting with Eagles

Since 2014, after leaving a senior corporate job and wanting to document remote cultures around the world, photographer Tariq Zaidi

11
Sep

Kevin Frayer: Roof of the World

Kevin Frayer has spent years documenting the daily life and challenges of Tibetan nomads. His stunning body of work captures

20
Aug

Valentino Bellini: Bit rot

Bit rot is a colloquial term used in the computerized information systems environment to indicate the gradually decaying of data

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