Igor Posner’schapter fragments from a book project about St. Petersburg (2006-2009) – “Notes from Underground” (working title).
View the slideshow on BURN MAGAZINE.
A girl broke Frank Relle’s heart, but a city captured it. He was bouncing back from a soured romance his freshman year at Tulane, around the same time his best friend was hurt in a car accident. Together, they went on long walks in their corner of New Orleans. “We recovered from our respective illnesses walking around [...]
Connecticut based photographer Andrew Sullivan has a wonderful essay about how Harlem’s Jazz legacy is being preserved in the face of redevelopment. Sullivan was named a finalist for the Magnum Cultural Foundation’s inaugural David Alan Harvey Fund for Emerging Photographers in January 2008 for his Harlem Jazz story. View Sullivan’s Harlem Jazz at www.andrew-sullivan.com. (THE [...]
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.
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.
©Sean Gallagher – www.gallager-photo.com David Alan Harvey’s website hosts a video showcasing the work of the winner as well as the finalists of the first grant from Harvey’s Fund for Emerging Photographers. The video premiered at the 2008 Look3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, Va. Sean Gallagher was named the First Recipient Of David [...]
BURN Magazine is featuring a project by Spanish photojournalist Sebastian Liste about an abandoned chocolate factory in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, where sixty families live in poverty. Previously these families lived in the dangerous streets of the city until they decided to come together and occupy the factory. You can see the essay 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 [...]
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 programme to showcase selected portfolios online. Initiated in 2007 as part of Magnum’s 60th anniversary celebrations, Magnum’s workshops provide opportunities for photographers at different stages in [...]
Burn Magazine is featuring and essay in progress by Angelo Guarracino called Quizas Mañana or Maybe Tomorrow. “The project aims to reflect upon the perception man has of his own future in relation to his life on Earth, but mostly in relation to the idea of a possible life after death.” View the essay on [...]
Justin Partyka, a British photographer and writer based in the county of Norfolk, has a wonderful essay called The East Anglians on BURN Magazine. Situated on the east coast of Great Britain, East Anglia is one of the country’s most rural and agricultural regions. The flat landscape, massive skies and long farming heritage make East [...]