Tompo | By Alexey Vasilyev

Tompo | By Alexey Vasilyev Topolinoye village is located in the eastern part of Yakutia (Russian Federation), on the left bank of the Tompo River. The word ‘tompo’ in Even means ‘thread’. The population of the village is about 1000 people. Native people, evens, are representatives of one of the small nations of the North. …

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Sin Hombre | By Cristina Vatielli

“Sin Hombre” | By Cristina Vatielli “In the shadows of a small bedroom, legs intertwine with crumpled sheets of a bed to be shared: they love each other and will love each other forever, until death do them part”. What may seem like a sweet convivial situation between two spouses, in late 19th century Spain …

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EPF 2021 | Grant Recipient

Grant Recipient of the Emerging Photographer Fund 2021 “Sin Hombre” By Cristina Vatielli Sin Hombre is a free reconstruction of a love that is as sincere as it is impossible between two women who lived in Galicia in the late 1800s. Elisa Sanchéz Lorica and Marcela Garcìa Ibeas were forced to conceal their relationship within the four walls of …

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EPF 2021 | Call for Submissions

Emerging Photographer Fund 2021 Shortlist announcement – December 20, 2021.  Grant recipient announcement – December 20, 2021.  – Submissions Closed – The Emerging Photographer Fund is designed to support continuation of a photographer’s personal project, or emerging career. This body of work may be of either journalistic mission or purely personal artistic imperatives. There is …

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A Hundred Stories | By Michelle Ma

A Hundred Stories | By Michelle Ma Qinglian, who worked as a chemistry professor in southern regions of China, suffered under cancer caused by radiation. She passed away when my father was 18 years old. My grandpa, a stubborn literature Professor, was blamed for his lacking tender to his wife. Since then, chemistry and literature was considered a …

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