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JR & José Parlà La Havana | La Lettre de la Photographie

JR & José Parlà La Havana | La Lettre de la Photographie | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
JR recently completed the third part of his work, Wrinkles of the city, as part of the 11th Havana Biennial 2012.
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Stephane C | La Lettre de la Photographie

Stephane C | La Lettre de la Photographie | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
My photography is based on the idea that reality is an ambivalent structure, a mental frontier between things. An undefined border separating concrete and elusive fields, materiality and the invisible.
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Joel-Peter Witkin Recent images | La Lettre de la Photographie

Joel-Peter Witkin Recent images | La Lettre de la Photographie | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Baudoin Lebon presents from March 28th to May 19th, 2012 History of the White World, a selection of recent photographs by Joel-Peter Witkin.
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As Dust Alights (9 Photos) | PDN Photo of the Day

As Dust Alights (9 Photos) | PDN Photo of the Day | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Photographer Vincent Delbrouck integrates his personal, contextual and fictional perspectives to produce lasting impressions of the countries he chooses to explore.
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In Focus: Cuba Moves Toward Capitalism | Plog — World, National Photos, Photography and Reportage — The Denver Post

In Focus: Cuba Moves Toward Capitalism | Plog — World, National Photos, Photography and Reportage — The Denver Post | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
HAVANA – When Cuba legalizes buying and selling real estate by the end of the year – as the government promised again this week – many expect a cascade of changes: higher prices, mass relocation, property taxes and a flood of money from Cubans in the United States and around the world. Private property is the nucleus of capitalism, of course, so the plan to legitimize it here in a country of slogans like “socialism or death” strikes many Cubans as jaw-dropping. Indeed, most people expect onerous regulations and, already, the plan outlined by the state media would suppress the market by limiting Cubans to one home or apartment and requiring full-time residency. Yet even with some state control, experts say, property sales could transform Cuba more than any of the economic reforms announced by President Raul Castro’s government.
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Very Familiar Faces, Far Out of Context

Very Familiar Faces, Far Out of Context | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
What is a Times Magazine celebrity portrait? Kathy Ryan, the director of photography, doesn't believe in boundaries. That's one reason it's so hard to define.
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Photo Essay: Bhutan

Photo Essay: Bhutan | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Guided by the novel concept of Gross National Happiness, the tiny Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan tries to join the modern world without losing its soul. GNH was created by the former King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck,in an attempt to define an indicator that measures quality of life and social progress in less strict terms. With centuries old Dzongs standing alongside Hollywood style movie sets, Bhutan tiptoes apprehensively into the twentieth century.
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Glimpse into daily life in North Korea

Glimpse into daily life in North Korea | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Jean H. Lee, The Associated Press bureau chief in Seoul, and David Guttenfelder, AP's chief Asia photographer, have made numerous reporting trips to North Korea in recent years. They were granted unprecedented access on their latest journey to Pyongyang and areas outside the nation's showcase capital.
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In pictures: 50 Years of Photojournalism

In pictures: 50 Years of Photojournalism | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Exhibition 'Fifty Years of Photojournalism' captures the news in Somerset and will run at Wells Museum until 2 June.
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Thomas Devaux Attrition | La Lettre de la Photographie

Thomas Devaux Attrition | La Lettre de la Photographie | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
In this series Attrition, I am attracted to learning more about mankind which is always somewhere between grace and harshness and between sacred and the profane. My models no longer really exist.
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La Fondation des Treilles Raed Bawayah | La Lettre de la Photographie

La Fondation des Treilles Raed Bawayah | La Lettre de la Photographie | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
If Raed Bawayah used the olive tree to start his work, it is because this tree, symbol of peace for the Mediterranean, also provokes a sensation of peace and resistance to the violence of man and nature; the olive tree, a veritable metaphor of the...
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Khaled HasanTerror beat of Acid | La Lettre de la Photographie

Acid and burn violence are worldwide phenomenon, however the countries with highest rates of attacks are Bangladesh, Pakistan, Cambodia, Nepal and Uganda. Most victims are women; many of them are below the age of 18.
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LIFE AFTER ZOG AND OTHER STORIES | Chiara Tocci

LIFE AFTER ZOG AND OTHER STORIES | Chiara Tocci | photojournalism links | Scoop.it

Early 90s. South of Italy. I witnessed streams of Albanians docking on the shores of my hometown, after a long and brutal journey. Running away from a future they couldn’t hope for, towards something equally obscure and complex, they spread all over Europe. Their stories, imagined and presumed, occupied my thoughts: whom did they leave behind and what were they longing for?

After many years, the fascination for this enigmatic land and its people became a photographic journey and took me to the remote areas of High Albania. For the people of these lands, time has almost stood still. It’s an enchanted place inhabited by those who share the land with their ancestors’ ghosts. A place with no time. It’s as if time and history have abruptly stopped, without being able to forget the blood feuds that spread melancholic disillusions.

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Sacred Ink | Ink Butter™ | Tattoo Culture and Art Daily

Sacred Ink | Ink Butter™ | Tattoo Culture and Art Daily | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
‘Sacred Ink’ is a photographic and multimedia installation exhibition by Cedric Arnold.
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Tajen: Ritual and Pleasure | JP Christo - Photographer

Tajen: Ritual and Pleasure | JP Christo - Photographer | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Tajen or Cock Fighting had become one of favorite traditional game in Bali since ancient time. The game is actually a part of Balinese Hindu ritual for cleaning the soiled areas. Today, the game has become controversy, many Balinese play it not based on the ritual but for gambling pleasure.
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Parting Glance: Jerome Liebling, 1924-2011

Parting Glance: Jerome Liebling, 1924-2011 | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
Jerome Liebling's photo classes often seemed to be about everything but photography, James Estrin recalls. And that, it turns out, was exactly the point.
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south sudan: on the eve of independence | francesco zizola

south sudan: on the eve of independence | francesco zizola | photojournalism links | Scoop.it
"On 9th of July 2011 a new country will be born in Africa. The Republic of South Sudan will be the 54th African state and the 193rd nation in the world. But South Sudan is a very poor country, despite its large oil reserves, which account for 98 percent of its income.
South Sudan’s economy is mainly pastoral, and cattle herding is the most important activity. Agriculture and fishery are comparatively sparse, although the Nile runs through the region.
South Sudan’s society is deeply divided along tribal lines. The main clan is the Dinka, a pastoral semi-nomadic population. Violence is endemic to the region, often as a consequences of cattle ownership issues. But violence is also very much fed by the uncountable number of weapons circulating in the country, the heavy legacy of a 30 year long civil war against North Sudan.
© Text Pietro Veronese"
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