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Oct 31, 2014
by Bieke Depoorter
Bieke Depoorter traveled across The United States of America asking perfect strangers whether she could spend a single night in their homes. Short but intense encounters are important elements in the work. The openness with which she is welcomed and the intimacy that is shared with her, evoke intriguing moments. These intimate and unexpected situations gave rise to portraits of individuals, couples... More...
From the Archive
Oct 30, 2014
by Bruce Davidson
This volume presents Bruce Davidson’s personal selections from his lesser-known color archive. Ranging from a period of fifty-six years and counting, these images are representative of the photographer’s color career. Assignments from various magazines (Vogue, National Geographic, Life magazine) and commercial projects led him to photograph fashion (early 1960s), the Shah of Iran with his family (1964),... More...
Featured Essays
Oct 29, 2014
by Steve McCurry
During the past year Steve McCurry has documented domestic workers who had been abused, both mentally and physically, by former employers.

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Oct 29, 2014
by Bruno Barbey
Bruno Barbey was back in Tokyo on september 28 for a lecture in the Nipon Photography Institute (http://npi.ac.jp/blog/information/event/2014/09/post_113.html).
On the occasion, Bruno went back to places he photographs in 1985. More...
Oct 28, 2014
by John Vink
Ten years ago on October 29th, King-Father Norodom Sihanouk, an emblematic figure in the troubled past of Cambodia, abdicated in favour of his son Norodom Sihamoni, turning an important page the country's history. The coronation of King Norodom Sihamoni was the occasion for a lavish ceremony. More...
Oct 27, 2014
by Harry Gruyaert
BELGIUM. "Embedded Architectures" by Harry Gruyaert - Architectural Review Flanders N°11 - Flemish Architecture Institute. 2014. More...
Featured Essays
Oct 27, 2014
by John Vink
Surfing on a wave of Cambodian nationalist pride, the ancient martial art of 'bokator', the likely ancestor of 'brodal serei' and 'muay thai' boxing, was given a significant boost for its revival a few years back through the impulse of grand master San Kim Sen. Today 29 bokator clubs, spread around the Kingdom, sent 124 members, both male and female, to take part in the National Bokator Championship.
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