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Hamdi Attia’s Paintings Question the Innocence of Photojournalism

Hamdi Attia’s Paintings Question the Innocence of Photojournalism

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Daisies, one the Mixed Media painting on Panel Hamdi Attia, who in his recent artworks questions the impact of photojournalism photos. Image:  Al Masar Gallery FINE ART: Hamdi Attia calls attention to  Full Article »

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John Stanmeyer Photo of African Migrant Exposes Economic Inequality

John Stanmeyer Photo of African Migrant Exposes Economic Inequality

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African migrants on the shore of Djibouti city at night, raising their phones in an attempt to capture an inexpensive signal from neighboring Somalia by John Stanmeyer. Image courtesy of  Full Article »

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Animal Skulls Come Alive in Ross Feighery’s Photographs

Animal Skulls Come Alive in Ross Feighery’s Photographs

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Raymond Bandar with his animal skulls. Photo: Ross Feighery PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT Ross Feighery’s Photographs give life to Raymond Bandar’s Treasure Trove of Real Animal Skulls BY KAZAD SAN FRANCISCO— Unbridled  Full Article »

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Photography Project Gives Poor South African Students Hope

Photography Project Gives Poor South African Students Hope

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Photograph by Jerry Obakeng Gaegane, the recipient of the Edward Ruiz Mentorship award for 2012/2013. Jerry recently exhibited a series of photographs on illegal mining in the Johannesburg area. Image  Full Article »

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Famous Street Photographer Captures Life on ‘The Streets of Shanghai’

Famous Street Photographer Captures Life on ‘The Streets of Shanghai’

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Ron Gessel, Boots, The Streets of Shanghai 2.Street photographer. Photo: Ron Gessel ART PROJECT: Ron Gessel, street photographer documents people drinking, smoking and eating noodles on the streets of Shanghai BY KAZAD AMSTERDAM,  Full Article »

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