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Apr

Alisa Ganzharova: Asatru – Renewal

Today, a lot of people in the Western world consider themselves atheists, mostly because traditional dogmatic religions seem outdated. Meanwhile

18
Apr

Rory Doyle: Delta Hill Riders

A recent article in Smithsonian estimated that just after the Civil War, one in four cowboys were African American. Yet

12
Apr

Enrico Doria: The Rahmeni Family

Says Enrico: The differences between the north and the south of Tunisia were accentuated after the “jasmine revolution” of 2011,

30
Mar

Santanu Dey: The Lost Legacy

Beginning of seventeenth-century the British East India Company arrived in India later they begin to rule India. So there was

23
Mar

Roman Demyanenko: Vorkuta

Vorkuta is situated in permafrost zone, 150 km from the Arctic Circle, only 180 km from the Arctic Ocean coastline,

11
Mar

Ryan Debolski: LIKE

LIKE explores the physical and digital relationships of the migrant workers who build the infrastructure of Oman, a rapidly modernizing

07
Mar

Natalia Dana: Tzniut

“Tzniut means modesty, dignity, demureness. It is the way to embellish the human being, hiding what only in intimacy shall

01
Mar

Philippe Braquenier: Earth Not a Globe

The continents float on an endless ocean which somehow has a layer of rock and fire underneath it. Earth is

14
Feb

Marcela Barrios Hernandez: Bazuko

Says Marcela: Bazuko is a classic portraits series that aims to document the world of drug addicts in Medellin-Colombia. The

12
Feb

David Arribas: Jaula

In today’s society of social networks these thoughts tempt millions of people whose ambition to turn their personal appearance into

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