Dispatches from the Deported

Clary Estes | Photographer | April 24, 2017

Moldova - The resilience of the human spirit is a powerful thing, capable of withstanding a great deal of adversity and grief. In Soviet Eastern Europe, where hundreds of thousands were deported from their homes amid the state-sponsored terror campaigns of the mid-20th century, victims had few..

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Misha Vallejo | Photographer | April 23, 2017

Kate Bubacz wrote on article on my project on Lakes disappearing in parts of Bolivia. Check it out, here .

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"100 Hours" Artist Bina Altera

Bina Altera | Photographer | April 22, 2017

Artist Bina Altera has had her artwork commissioned by entities including the Atlantic Monthly, the New York Times, Boston Sunday Magazine, and author Clive Barker. Her art includes hand-made collage as well as digital collage, and her list of awards would likely be viewed as impressive by her..

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Honored to have been one of The World Press Photo Foundation participants' in the Masterclass West Africa

Teresa Meka | Photographer | April 22, 2017

The Masterclass West Africa is the foundation’s third satellite masterclass, and is organized in collaboration with Accra-based Nuku Studio and Noorderlicht Photography from Groningen, the Netherlands. View the announcement, here.

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The Jamaican Dance Style Keeping Brooklyn Kids Off The Street

Sophie Brill | Editor | April 21, 2017

His love for the 'bruk up' dance helped this one-time drug dealer turn his life around. Now, he's bringing that passion to the next generation--at home and around the world. "Dedication is the key," says Shawn Theagene, a.k.a. 'Poba.' "I've struggled with that for a long time, straddling the..

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In America, Owning Your Own Land Doesn't Mean You Can Stop Oil Companies From Ruining It

Sophie Brill | Editor | April 21, 2017

"Polluted groundwater put these Wyoming farmers' livelihoods at risk. They found out the hard way that what happens below their property is legally none of their business." Photography by Alex Thompson...

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This Italian Soccer Team Is Made Up Entirely of Refugees

Sophie Brill | Editor | April 21, 2017

"They traveled unimaginable distances in search of a better life. Now, one inspiring sports club is helping them achieve just that." Beautiful and inspiring photo essay on Narratively, photography by Michele Cirillo http://narrative.ly/this-italian-soccer-team-is-made-up-entirely-of-refugees/

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Honored to win the Tim Hetherington Visionary Award

Omar Imam | Photographer | April 21, 2017

The Tim Hetherington Trust is proud to present the Visionary Award 2017 to Omar Imam. To view full article, here . 

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Acacia Johnson | National Geographic

Visura Community | Organization | April 21, 2017

Acacia Johnson is a photographer and artist from Alaska. Her photographic process can be described as expeditionary in nature, exploring human relationships to the polar regions of the earth. In 2014, Acacia was awarded a Fulbright grant in Canada to pursue a project about the winter landscape of..

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Griselda San Martin | The Washington Post

Visura Community | Organization | April 21, 2017

Griselda San Martin is a Spanish documentary photographer and visual journalist based in New York City and Tijuana, Mexico. Her work explores transnational issues and focuses on concepts of identity and belonging. She is interested in in-depth stories that transcend borders and cultures and..

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Fondo Malerba per la Fotografia

Sarah Blesener | Photographer | April 18, 2017

Recent exhibition in Milan with work from my personal project "Toy Soldiers" at Fondo Malerba per la Fotografia - thanks to Frank Franka for curating.  http://www.fondomalerba.org/ipp-2017/

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