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Feb 13, 2018
by Matt Black
Examining life in the forgotten corners of America during the first months of the Trump presidency, this latest installment from photographer Matt Black’s project The Geography of Poverty finds region after region of the US marked by the competing conditions of poverty, violence, and prejudice as well as hope, honor, and pragmatism.

From December 2016 to September 2017, Black travelled over 40,000... More...
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Feb 13, 2018
by Peter van Agtmael
Open to female veterans of the US military, the annual Ms. Armed Forces event is a beauty pageant, talent competition, test of physical strength, and measures the participants’ commitment to raising money for homeless women veterans and their children. Now in its sixth year, the pageant gives participants the opportunity to embrace the femininity they had to shed during their time in the military.... More...
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Feb 6, 2018
by Thomas Dworzak
"In 1947, just as the Iron Curtain fell across Europe, John Steinbeck, the American writer, and Robert Capa, renowned war photographer, made a six-week journey through Stalin's Russia. The following year they published A Russian Journal a book that painted a sympathetic portrait of ordinary Soviets. Seventy years on Julius Strauss, a former long-serving war correspondent, and Thomas Dworzak, the president... More...
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Feb 6, 2018
by Moises Saman
On the 16th may 1954, Swiss photographer and Magnum member Werner Bischof was tragically killed when the car he was travelling in, came off a cliff on a mountain road in the Andes, he was 38.

Peruvian-born Magnum photographer Moises Saman collaborated with Marco Bischof, Werner’s filmmaker son, to retrace Werner’s trip from the Andes to Trujillo, where the accident occurred.
For both Marco and Moises... More...
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Feb 6, 2018
by Bieke Depoorter
Magnum photographer Bieke Depoorter has traveled to Egypt regularly since the beginning of the revolution in 2011, trying to find trust in times of turmoil and suspicion, where private life is often shielded. She asked people she met by chance if she could spend the night at their homes. Women, their husbands and children shared their daily life, their food and even their bed with her. This engagement... More...
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Feb 6, 2018
by Alessandra Sanguinetti
For teenagers, spending downtime with friends takes top priority. During these tumultuous formative years bonds are formed based on common lifestyles, be they influenced by recreational interest, ethnicity, economic class, or neighborhood-affiliation.
Alessandra Sanguinetti traveled through California, photographing teen cliques hanging out.

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Feb 6, 2018
by Mark Power
In March 2002 Mark spent ten memorable days aboard the Finnish icebreakers ‘Kontio’ and ‘Fennica’. These huge and powerful vessels assisted international shipping to reach ports in the northern section of the Bay of Bothnia, across seas which were often frozen for six months of the year.

Icebreaker by Mark Power is published by Another Place Press

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