Michael Webster’s essay explores Congress of Curious Peoples at Coney Island, New York in a recent essay on American-Journal.org
See it here: www.american-journal.org.
New Delhi based Sanjit Das has some beautiful images of the Dongria Kondh community. They are the indigenous Kondh tribes who have lived in the lush forests of Niyamgiri hills, in Kalahandi and Raygoda districts of Orissa. According to Das’ website: “They have survived foraging in the forests, raising livestocks and through agriculture. Now, local families [...]
According to her bio, Rebecca Gaal, an international photojournalist, is best known for her work with cultural documentation. Her work on India is a excellent example of exactly that. She has a set of stunningly beautiful images on India as well as wonderful work on other countries in her Photoshelter archive. Please take a look. [...]
Freelance photojournalist Lukasz Kus photographed the events surrounding Kosovo declaring its independence on February 16, 2008. View Lukasz Kus’ multimedia presentation.
. All we can say is that this work is very hard to look at. Getty photojournalist Brent Stirton’s story about AIDS in Ukraine which has the highest concentration of HIV+ people in Europe is a brutal story very well photographed. See the story at www.reportagebygettyimages.com
Photographer Gerald Holubowicz spent election night photographing the reactions in Harlem. View his multimedia presentation.
Brenda Ann Kenneally has a wonderful essay about children living in poverty in the United States Gulf coast area. See more at www.americanpoverty.org.
Natan Dvir was raised in Israel and regularly exposed to strong religious, social and political beliefs and ideas from an early age. He says the regionʼs history combined with the volatile political situation today, result in a complex and intense reality in which people emphatically and publicly express themselves. In his essay Belief, Dvir explores [...]
“In late December 2007, three small cardboard boxes arrived at the International Center of Photography from Mexico City after a long and mysterious journey. These tattered boxes—the so-called Mexican Suitcase—contained the legendary Spanish Civil War negatives of Robert Capa. Rumors had circulated for years of the survival of the negatives, which had disappeared from Capa’s [...]
New York City based Maynard Switzer, specializing in beauty and fashion photography, has recently broadened his creative horizons to pursue travel, portrait and landscape photography. We think he is off to a great start. See Switzer’s images from Burma on his web site at www.maynardswitzer.com.
Check out Davin Ellicson’s photography on the Maramures region of northern Romania. Home to the most traditional rural life in Europe, their way of life is being threatened by commercial farms planned by western Europe investors. View Davin Ellicson’s work on his web site: www.davinellicson.com.