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An Attempted Assassination and the Photos that Define What America has Become
In the wake of an attempted assassination of former American President Donald Trump at a political rally in Pennsylvania over the weekend, the …
Look at the USA: A Diary of War and Home
Driven by ideology, insecurity, ambition, and a fascination with war, Peter van Agtmael began documenting America’s war in Iraq in 2006. What followed …
Metals in Your Lungs
Photographer Stefano Sbrulli’s book “Donde los niños no sueñan”(Where Children don’t Sleep) is the soulful tale of a Peruvian community whose health and …
The Daily Life of a Paraplegic Gang Member
Over the course of three years, Dr. Greg Gulbransen photographed Malik, a leader in the street gang the Crips, in New York. In …
Giulietta Palumbo, Magnum Photos: “Action Against Hunger’s Grant for a New Humanitarian Look is a...
Until August 31, 2024, Action Against Hunger is inviting photographers, videographers, cartoonists and content creators to take part in the second edition of …
Bruce Eesly: When AI Asks the Question
Bruce Eesly’s exhibition at Les Rencontres de la Photographie festival in Arles questions the dazzling narrative of the Green Revolution.

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Rajesh Vora: Eyes on the Roof

The playful, enigmatic architecture of private houses in rural Punjab caught photographer Rajesh Vora’s attention, and is now on view at Les Rencontres de la Photographie festival in Arles.

Cristina De Middel. Une pierre sur le chemin [Una Piedra en el Camino], série Voyage au centre, 2021. Avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste/Magnum Photos.

Documentary Focus at Les Rencontres d’Arles

The 55th edition of Les Rencontres d’Arles shines a spotlight on documentary photography, spanning from classic twentieth-century techniques to the most experimental contemporary approaches that offer a new perspective on the world. These diverse projects challenge the status of photography and examine our relationship with images.

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