After exibition in Atrijum galery, part of colection from "Kosovo : Un / Real Life", can bee seen at photojournale.com…Continue
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Sand being collected from silted river bed of Damodar in India.
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Call for application: VII Masterclass in Milan (Italy)
September 11, 2014 – March 15, 2015
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“Daatun” is an exploration on how habits, religion, tradition, poverty and education affect dental health in Varanasi, India, and the…Continue
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Comunicado: Concéntrate por la libertad de prensa.
Convocamos a una manifestación pública en el Ángel de la Independencia en rechazo a las agresiones contra periodistas.
Se presentarán cinco demandas concretas…
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I am using this platform to share my experience with everyone so no one else goes through what I have.
I wish for everyone to be cautioned and aware of how artists can be easily duped.
In the first week…Continue
Added by Carlos Ortega on July 2, 2013 at 7:25am — No Comments
Excellent documentary series by Al Jazeera about the new African photography, highly recommended. A work about young contemporary African photographers and the vicissitudes of their tasks on the image.
(Thank you very much to John Edwin Mason for recommending this film initially).…Continue
Added by Carlos Ortega on May 29, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
People live their lives thinking about what or who they could have been. Some of them pursue their desires, but others will dream about them forever. By using an instant camera, I´ve been taking portraits of people from different backgrounds. Strangers in the street revealed their most private desires and wrote them down. Some of them with a smile, and some of them with nostalgia. …Continue
His Holiness the Dalai Lama has come again to meet the Swiss public April 13th and 14th 2013 at Forum Fribourg (Switzerland) . During this extraordinary event, open to everyone, the Dalai Lama gave teachings, an empowerment and a public conference on the topic of «Ethics beyond Religion».
Here is a collection of moments of this exceptional event…
Added by Salva Magaz on May 8, 2013 at 2:40pm — No Comments
Several thousand Gorani near Vranishta village celebrate the orthodox St. George's holiday. Gorani are Muslim by religion, but this holiday is still celebrated as a leftover from pagan times.
In the south of Kosovo live Gorani.Gathering of several thousand…
Added by Admir Idrizi on May 6, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments
Decided to create a "Year in Review 2012" portfolio. Check it out!!
Decidí cear una carpeta de las imágenes que cree en el 2012. Échenle un ojazo!!!
Added by Juan Carlos on January 7, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments
In May I went with mission group to DRC. While there, we visited & assessed needs of mission hospitals in the Kasai. These hospitals are in dire need of help to care for folks affected by disease & malnutrition. We repeatedly saw hospitals with no mattresses for their beds; in one, IMCK/Good Shepherd Hospital in Tshikaji, a small child who was suffering from severe malnutrition was sitting on a board on his hospital bed springs. In Luebo, we were told they had burned their mattresses…Continue
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Discover the making Off about the last urban installation, about Maxime Bessieres, in Gennevilliers Paris…Continue
Added by Maxime Bessieres on December 3, 2012 at 11:03am — No Comments
I present the street photography project about San Francisco, started a few years back as a diversion to life and a conversation with a good friend and photographer Emilio Bañuelos of Black Boots Ink.
Hope you can take time to view it and there is also a link to purchase prints if interested.
Added by Juan Carlos on November 28, 2012 at 9:20am — No Comments