Cultural Photography

24 MAY 2017

House of Fantasies by Omri Shomer

House of Fantasies by Omri Shomer “Come on, you have to come”, said Elad Poterman, chief producer and a member of RD&D games in Israel. “It’s unlike anything you knew”. Elad is responsible for the Live Action Role Playing (LARP) event, called “Castle Forged”, where people in a wide range of ages live in fantasy, […]

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18 MAY 2017

Danakil Desert -The Home Of The Afar Tribe

Danakil Desert The Home Of The Afar Tribe By Neta Dekel The Danakil Desert is a desert that stretches across 100,000 square kilometers in 3 countries: northeast Ethiopia, southern Eritrea and northwestern Djibouti. With its active volcanoes and extreme heat, daytime temperatures that surpasses 50 °C (122 °F), and less than an inch of rainfall […]

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18 MAY 2017

HOME by Allan Kliger

HOME by Allan Kliger “It was May, 2014. A Magnum Agency workshop in Reggio Emilia, Italy, with Magnum photographer Abbas leading. As part of Fotografia Europea 2014, the Municipality of Reggio Emilia had invited several Magnum Master Photographers to participate in a series of activities, presentations and workshops. I was one of those selected to […]

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27 FEBRUARY 2016

Leila Alaoui – RIP

The Death Of Leila Alaoui And Her Message To The World The photographer Leila Alaoui has died aged 33 shot dead by four heavily-armed thugs in an al-Qaeda attack on a popular café in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Alaoui was in Ouagadougou to work on a photography project for a women’s rights campaign called “My Body […]

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24 JANUARY 2016

Julio Cesar Osorio

 Julio Cesar Osorio Edge of existence   About Julio Cesar Osorio For the past two decades, Julio worked as a freelance photojournalist, focusing on an array of projects from architectural prints to press photography to documentary/travel work. Always a self-starter, he invested in the creation of JC’s Studio in 2009, located in London’s SoHo district, […]

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1 NOVEMBER 2015

MALICK SIDIBÉ

MALICK SIDIBÉ (Born 1935 Or 1936) Malick photographer sidibe is most noted for his black-and-white photographs of 1960s bamako. In the following decade, sidibe turned to studio portraits. His work was mostly unknown outside of mali until the late 1990s; since then, he has received the hasselblad award for photography in 2003, and the venice […]

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1 NOVEMBER 2015

CRISTINA MITTERMEIER

CRISTINA MITTERMEIER The Highlands of Papua Cristina Mittermeier – Conservation Photographer Everything I photograph is colored by the experiences I have had through my life ~ growing up in Mexico, being a marine biologist, raising children, writing, traveling all over the world, and a 20 year-long career in conservation. As President of the International League […]

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30 OCTOBER 2015

Orna Naor

Orna Naor Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, 1960. As a wife and mother of two, I made a choice early in life to put my career aside and take care of the household. I don’t regret that choice; it was the right thing for me at the time. Then 3 years ago I started learning […]

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30 OCTOBER 2015

OHAD MATALON. THE ZONE

OHAD MATALON. THE ZONE Ohad Matalon’s body of work, The Zone, on going since1998, is amongthe most iconic ofallcontemporary Israeli photography;its composite images sketcha cultural, geopolitical and social map of the State of Israel. They include symbols, figures and regionsthrough whicha multihued mirror revealsIsraeli center-peripheryrelations, echoingthe past and present, while meta-artistically examining howMatalon formulates his […]

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30 OCTOBER 2015

YONI BLAU

I picked up my first camera in New-York back in 2004. It was a plain 4 Mega-Pixel digital camera, I was 21 and fresh out of the army and it was the first time I held a camera. I took this camera with me on a 4 month trip to Asia, and there when I […]

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