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Paolo Pellegrin
Italian, b. 1964
Nov 3, 2017
An exhibition documenting the beauty of the Italian landscape opens on the shores of Lake Garda

Palazzo Callas, situated in Sirmione, will stage an exhibition devoted to the quintessential beauty of the Italian landscape through the eyes of Magnum photographers.

Featuring over 50 archival photographs of Italy’s landscape, from photographers such as Robert Capa, Elliot Erwitt, Richard Kalvar, Inge... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 16, 2017
Since 2009, ISIL-affiliate Boko Haram’s violent campaigns in Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon have resulted in approximately 20,000 deaths and the displacement of more than 2 million people. Among the survivors are thousands of children who now suffer from psychological trauma resulting from their experiences; they witnessed massacres, were abducted, starved, raped, and beaten. Though some of these... More...
Featured Essays
May 30, 2017
In September, 2016 Paolo Pellegrin photographed firefighters on the job in Aulnay-sous-Bois, a suburb northeast of Paris. He documented them as they responded to emergency calls throughout the area: from car accidents to medical emergencies in the heart of the densely populated housing projects; as well as the locals who gather to survey the scene.

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Featured Essays
Mar 3, 2017
Feature - Inside Meaux PrisonPaolo PellegrinAs of January 1st 2017, 78,796 people are in penal custody in France, of which 68,432 are serving prison terms. These figures represent an increase of 2.6% detainees since January 2016 (66,678). Prisons are currently overcrowded as the facilities are only designed to house 58,681 inmates.*
These figures are among the worst in Europe, frequently being noted... More...
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Dec 15, 2016
After the recapture of Qayyara by US backed Iraqi military forces last summer, ISIS fighters have been setting oil fields ablaze leaving a vast toxic cloud over Mosul and surrounding towns.
Engineers estimate that 5,000 barrels of oil are burning every day in an attempt by ISIS fighters to defend Mosul from advancing Iraqi forces by obscuring the view from the sky for Coalition warplanes.
As a result... More...