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    Joan Alvado

    Photographer
    Freelance
  • Location: Barcelona
    Nationality: Catalan
    Biography: Born in Altea in 1979, Joan Alvado has lived in Barcelona since 2005. His works have been published in media like The New York Times, CNN, The Washington Post, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, El Pais, Hurriyet, VICE, Descobrir Catalunya, 7K magazine,... read on
Corpses of Cement
Apr 29, 2014
Corpses of Cement
By Joan Alvado
Abandonment, Architecture, Bubble, Business, Capitalism, Conceptual, Crisis, Documentary, Editorial, Environment, Europe, Globalization, Isolation, Landscape, Photography, photojournalism, Politics, Spain, urban development
THE LAB
Feb 17, 2015
THE LAB
By Joan Alvado
Action, Activism, Alternatives, Capitalism, Catalonia, Civil Rights, Community, Crisis, Documentary, Editorial, Homelessness, Hope, Housing, Human Rights, Immigration, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Spain
The Defenders
Feb 17, 2015
The Defenders
By Joan Alvado
Catalonia, Celebrations, Documentary, Editorial, Historical Reenactment, History, Nationalism, Non-State Nations, Past, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Recreation, Reenactment, Soldiers, Weapons
Kurdish Women: Inside, Outside
Feb 22, 2015
Kurdish Women: Inside, Outside
By Joan Alvado
Activism, Adolescence, Agriculture, Belief, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Discrimination, Documentary, Education, Family, Feminism, Freedom, Gender, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Istanbul, Kurdish, Kurdistan, Middle East, Migration, Minority, Motherhood, Oppression, Peace, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Religion, Revolution, School/College, Sexuality, Transgender, Turkey, War, Women's Rights, Youth
Shepherds 2.0
Feb 22, 2015
Shepherds 2.0
By Joan Alvado
Agriculture, Alternatives, Animals, Capitalism, Catalonia, Crisis, Documentary, Ecology, Education, Environment, Environmental, Europe, Farming, Forest, Hope, Landscape, Livestock, Pastors, Personal, Photojournalism, Renewal, School/College, Shepherds, Spain, Workers' Rights, Youth
The Last Days of Sulukule
Mar 16, 2015
The Last Days of Sulukule
By Joan Alvado
Abandonment, Abuse, Activism, Capitalism, Children, Civil Rights, Community, demolition, Documentary, Editorial, evictions, Freedom, gentrification, Gypsy, Homelessness, Human Rights, Isolation, Istanbul, Minority, Personal, Photojournalism, Poverty, Roms, Sulukule, Turkey, urban development
Cuba, Seeds of Autonomy
Feb 11, 2016
Cuba, Seeds of Autonomy
By Joan Alvado
Agriculture, Cuba, Documentary, Environment, Environmental, Food, Globalization, Hope, Human Rights, Hunger, La Habana, Landscape, Latin America, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Revolution, Workers' Rights