Igor Posner’schapter fragments from a book project about St. Petersburg (2006-2009) – “Notes from Underground” (working title).
View the slideshow on BURN MAGAZINE.
Italian photographer Giulio di Sturco is featured on BURN Magazine with his images of Kashmiri Muslims and the revolution In Kashmir. The images are rich, layered and extremely well executed. The essay can be seen at www.burnmagazine.org. More work by Giulio can be found on his website www.giuliodisturco.it.
New York based photographer Anna Barry-Jester’s photography about a balloon factory in Argentina that turned worker run cooperative after the economic crisis in 2001. It’s one factory in a larger movement that includes hundreds of companies/organizations. See her images on www.annabarryjester.com.
In my photographs, I have sought to avoid the common stereotypes frequently attributed to Orthodox Jews. I have attempted to show aspects of these women, their most spiritual ones, those that transcend their religion and its strict rules governing the sanctity of their bodies. I chose to delve into a deeper dimension of my subjects’ holiness–one [...]
Last year, Magnum Photos and British Journal of Photography announced a special partnership around education that sees the world’s longest running photography magazine work with the participants of Magnum Photos’ international workshop program to showcase selected portfolios online. Initiated in 2007 as part of Magnum’s 60th year anniversary celebrations, Magnum’s workshop programs provide opportunities for [...]
If McGuire isn’t well known, she is certainly well practised – long a keen amateur photographer, she has 20 years of experience in PR and marketing and decided that “the switch to visual storytelling was my next challenge”. She was spurred into action in 2005 after moving to India, when she saw the fate of [...]
The latest exceptional offering from David Alan Harvey’s BURN Magazine. Julia Komissaroff – Kitab al-Balad “I call it “Kitab al-Balad” – the Book of the City. 11 years I’ve been circling in the narrow streets of Jerusalem’s Old City. This is a transformation of the City and me, the story how we became the one. [...]
Rodrigo Cruz – The Promised Land Every year, thousands of Central Americans from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras illegally enter Mexico via the southern border with the goal of reaching the United States in search of a better life. The journey is long and full of dangers, traveling for days as they cross the country [...]
“This project is part of a larger, long term investigation into my personal world. It is meant to be a family portrait of a family I married into – becoming an insider in a Korean household, while retaining an outsider’s perspective. The project, part of a larger body of work, is meant to be a [...]
Freelance photographer and a photography student Petri Uutela has an excellent street photography multimedia essay currently published on BURN Magazine with music written and performed by his brother Tuomas Uutela View Passers By on Burn Magazine.
“In the middle of the bustling Philippine city of Manila, home to almost 11 million people, lies the North Cemetery. Founded in 1904, it is the final resting place for several Filipino Presidents, celebrities, and hundreds of thousands of the city’s Catholic dead. However, since the 1960’s a new, living population has grown. In this [...]