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Residence 1+2: A Small Vessel for an Ecological Imperative 

Based in Toulouse and Occitania, Residence 1+2 brings together photography and science, providing an opportunity to explore and examine contemporary issues such as …

Far from the Gardens

Sophie Hatier explores the boundary between the concrete and the abstract, photography and painting, using a visual and sensory approach to landscape, portraiture …

Willie Christie: Fashion & Fantasy

British photographer Willie Christie brings together an intoxicating array of fashion photos from his archive.

Of Women and Climate

The project “I Want You to Know”, by photographer Gaia Squarci, highlights stories of women’s resilience intertwined with the challenges posed by climate …

An Unsparing Look at the Brutality of Fascism

A new exhibition showcases the work of Otto Dix alongside contemporary photographers like Miron Zownir, who speak truth to power through art.

Larry Fink, Photographer of the American Society, Dies at 82

The American photographer, best known for his black-and-white images of people at parties and in other social situations, died at his home in …


Red Cross: A Story in Objects

The book “Humanity” by photographer Henry Leutwyler is a testament to the Red Cross’ historical role in delivering medical and community support, particularly for poor and underprivileged citizens around the world.


In Vienna, the Renters’ Utopia

Soaring real estate markets have created a worldwide housing crisis. What can we learn from a city that has largely avoided it? Photographer Luca Locatelli and journalist Francesca Mari took a closer look at the special case of Vienna, Austria.

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