Clary Estes

Photographer, Writer
          
The People's Health (Hiatus)
Nationality: United States of America
Biography: Clary Estes is a documentary photographer from Central Kentucky who works internationally on stories about the human condition.
The People's Health (Hiatus)

China is a country of haves and have-nots. In the city, people have access to good health care in good facilities, but in the rural countryside, people have to scrape together what they can to pay-as-you-go for the most basic of services or, at times, lack-luster hospital care. Many times, rural Chinese provide their own healthcare through traditional Chinese Medicine and family inherited methods of care.
This is an ongoing photojournalistic meditation on the state of health in the rural and suburban communities of China. The state of healthcare in China’s hospitals, clinics, traditional Chinese Medicine shops, shaman’s tents, etc., is reflected in society, in homes, on Chinese streets and on the faces of those looking for care. In the second largest economic power, who are the faces of rural China’s ever changing health care landscape?
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On the Road

By Clary Estes —  An ever developing cache of images from my time on the road.            ..
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Flower Portraits

By Clary Estes / Tusheti, Georgia
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Those Who Remain

By Clary Estes / Moldova — Hundreds of thousands of people from a corner of eastern Europe were forcibly deported as political exiles..
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Skin

By Clary Estes — “Skin” was shot in the spring of 2015 during a Magnum workshop that I did with Antoine..
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Second to None

By Clary Estes / Washington, DC., United States — Second to None Schools have a particular smell about them; it nests quietly in the corners of the building...
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The Hamagurihama Project

By Clary Estes / Hamagurihama, Japan — The Hamagurihama Project came about as a result of the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami...
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Left Behind

By Clary Estes / China — Summary In the wake of China’s rapid industrialization, many young people are moving to the city for..
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