Bangkok: Airplanes = Home

In a private field in a neighborhood just east of Bangkok, three impoverished Thai families have been living in disused jet airplanes for nearly two years. The families, who collect and recycle garbage, earning a few dollars a day, cannot afford to rent homes, and prefer to stay in the...

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 has been photographing the Kazakh eagle hunters. For Kazakhs living in western Mongolia, hunting with eagles is a proud art, and one of the highest expressions of their cultural heritage....

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 the traditions and identity of a people rooted in a nomadic lifestyle, living on lush grasslands. In July, Frayer also documented one of the festivals that is sponsored by the...

Danila Tkachenko: Escape

I travelled in search of people who have decided to escape from social life and live all alone in wild nature, far away from any villages, towns or other people. Most of my trips were done in Russia. I grew up in the heart of the big city, but I’ve...

Olya Ivanova: Water Memory

The Moscow Canal was built to connect the Moscow River with the Volga River. In the 1930s it helped to deal with the shortage of water in Moscow. Now it delivers more than 60 percent of the drinking and industrial water to the city of Moscow. During the Second World...

Valentino Bellini: Bit rot

Bit rot is a colloquial term used in the computerized information systems environment to indicate the gradually decaying of data stored on storage medias or software over the duration of time. In this case, the concept is transposed from a virtual reality, made of bit and software, to a material...

Arturo Soto: When The Time Comes

I am interested in understanding what makes something worth looking at as a picture. This collection of images aims to transform appearances into imaginative prospects that distill a sense of beauty. They are notations in passing, to quote the great Nathan Lyons, factual and disperse like reality itself. The title...

Fan Shi San: Great Wall

The photos of “Great Wall” were taken during my 4000 miles cycling journey along the Great Wall of China, from the wall’s west end to the east end. I followed the wall across the mainland of north China. The Great Wall passes through several provinces include Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Shanxi,...

George Steinmetz: Panama Canal

To accommodate larger vessels and increased maritime traffic, Panama has been building a new pair of locks on both sides of the canal. The $5.25 billion expansion project will double the canal’s capacity and open in early 2016. While the gates are all in place on the Caribbean side, there...

Fabrice Fouillet: World’s Tallest Statues

The photographer Fabrice Fouillet was looking to produce work about symbolism and the cult of personality, but couldn’t find the right angle – until he came across a photo of Sendai Daikannon, one of the world’s tallest statues, standing at 328 ft. (100 meters). Fouillet located dozens across the world,...