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Mikhael Subotzky
South African, b. 1981
From the Archive
Jul 27, 2015
(10 years ago Chris Steele-Perkins visited Hiroshima with writer Miyako Yamada to document the stories of Hibakusha - Japanese survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
This is the first of a series of posts in which we'll share their recollections of the horrifying events that occurred 70 years ago.)

"August the 8th 1945. Hot at 8 in the morning. A clear, cloudless sky over Hiroshima.... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 27, 2015
At the command of a charismatic leader, a cadre of female Kurdish soldiers is taking the battle to the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria.
A colorful scarf is all that is left of Cicek Derek, who was 17 when she died a few months ago in the besieged city of Kobani, Syria, where her compatriots were unable to retrieve her body.
Cicek was one of hundreds of young Kurdish female soldiers who have... More...
Featured Essays
Jul 20, 2015
Martin Parr recently completed a pop show at Nice’s Théâtre de la Photographie et de l'Image, photographing the beach dwellers and then at the end of each day printing and exhibiting the new work in an ever evolving show.

Here is some text from Martin on the experience:

"Over the past three to four days I have been photographing the beach, the promenaders and anything that caught my eye along the... More...
From the Archive
Jul 17, 2015
Ex-Chadian President Hissène Habré's trial will start on July, 20th, 2015, in Senegal. Twenty five years after his fall, he is charged with crime against humanity, war and torture crimes.

Raymond Depardon has photographed the Chadian civil war, and got to interview Françoise Claustre, held hostage from 1974 to 1977.
In those days who led Hissène Habré from the head of the Toubou rebel group to the... More...
Jul 16, 2015
For a Parisian summer time in Paris, Martin Parr show his new series on beaches in an exclusive exhibition with clichés never seen before.
The beach is a territory dear to the heart of Martin Parr, who follows the vernacular tradition of beach photography. Great Britain being an island, the sea is never more than 120 kilometers away. The beach is a national pastime. To Martin Parr, it is an open-air... More...