documentary photography

Chernobyl Legacy

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Minutes to Midnight

Trent Parke captured "Minutes to Midnight" during a two-year journey across Australia at the end of which his son was born. It is both a document of a nation mourning the loss of a perceived innocence and a man's vision and evolution.

American Color

As a showcase of the sundry layers of American society, Constantine Manos' curiosity for his country's diversity is presented in a set of saturated images that engage both eye and mind.

Bolivian Elections

In December 2005, Christopher Anderson travelled to Bolivia to witness the election of Evo Morales. He turned his excursion into an interactive diary with updates from the field.

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Washington DC

During this historic time in United States history, Paolo Pellegrin photographed Washington, D.C. as the symbolic center of the Nation.

Hippies

"To persevere as a photographer, you have to keep moving. Exchanging locations, one for the other, the newness of the subject and your arrogance to believe that you can see it differently are the driving forces...My subjects, the hippies, are simply people who have sought a less conforming way to explore this conforming life that we all lead." - Dennis Stock

Heroes

From Latvia to Brazil, Afghanistan to Leros, Alex Majoli escapes his self. He now escapes photojournalism to focus on "simple people". He erased the context of the photograph. The people are alone on a black background. Majoli lights them up with "the light of God". They are the Heroes.

The Path to Buddha

"Interesting, isn't it, that we ascribe to Steve's contemplative behavior a Buddhist way, but indeed, he is not a practicing Buddhist. Having the mind of someone who is searching for something that he or she doesn't know yet: That's the mind of a beginner. The person who hasn't made up their mind is always willing to change their mind and always willing to allow new things to fill up their mind. That's a mark of his work, I think, and it's why we value it." Anthony Bannon
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