History of Life | By Cai Dongdong

History of Life By Cai Dongdong Captured through the eyes of ordinary Chinese citizens before, during, and after the cultural revolution and curated by one of China’s most talented visual artists, “History of Life” presents a fascinating story on the determination of the human spirit. A collection of 415 restored photographs chronicling the history of modern China from …

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Hotpot Singapore | By Matthew Lam

“Hotpot Singapore” By Matthew Lam In 1819, the year when the British founded Singapore, the place was just an abandoned and unimportant piece of rock about 625 square metres in size at the tip of Malaya in Southeast Asia.  There were only 150 inhabitants, including pirates.  Since, the peninsula had magically transformed into a vibrant immigrant society. …

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Afterdark: Consequences of War on Women in the Gaza Strip | By Simona Ghizzoni

Afterdark: Consequences of War on Women in the Gaza Strip By Simona Ghizzoni ESSAY CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENT I reached the Occupied Palestinian Territories for the first time in 2010, on assignment with a friend journalist, to document the condition of Palestinian women in the Gaza Strip. At that time, we had the access to the …

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Layered Beauty | By Tanja Houwerzijl

Layered Beauty By Tanja Houwerzijl Tanja evolved her visual style into analogue collage making. Her collages consist mostly of vintage Japanese materials, i.e. handmade paper, old photographs, schoolbooks and magazines. She collects from antique markets, bookstores and online sellers in Japan. Tanja likes to deconstruct materials and then cut or tear apart before layering and gluing …

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Lanzarote | By Willy Vecchiato

Lanzarote By Willy Vecchiato Lanzarote is a hymn to the founding elements of the earth, the raison d’être of the senses on which the fragile human intentions rest. Like ancient wills carved on stone. Lanzarote is an epistème and together it traces the same duration of the primordial substance. Life, in which sacred and profane …

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Kilombo | By María Daniel Balcázar

KILOMBO By María Daniel Balcázar   Kilombo is a tribute to the resilience and vitality of the African legacy in Brazil. During the Atlantic slave trade, approximately 4.8 million people from various regions of Africa were forcefully transported to Brazil, bringing with them only their memories. Through their oral history, in the remembrance of their …

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