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Tehran, City of Hope and Despair Following the Iranian Revolution of 1979, the United States imposed sanctions against Iran. In 2006, following discussions around the Iranian Nuclear Program, the US, UN and other Western nations expanded ... Oct. 07, 2019
Ga Bra, Into the Heart of Tradition: In-deepth Photo Tour in the Semi-nomadic Tribes of Kenya In 2018, French photographer Stéphane de Rouville spent three months with the most traditional of the semi-nomadic tribes of northern Kenya, Gabra, and photographed what he saw and what he wanted viewers saw. This series of photo has been also honoured the ... Jul. 18, 2019
Nowhere People: Small Rise in Sea Level, Big Decline in People's Living Standard Indian Sunderbans lies on the southern fringes of the state of West Bengal, where the Gangetic plain meets the Bay of Bengal. Alarming rise of sea level has also been higher than the global average in the ... Jun. 18, 2019
Climate Change in Iran: When Once Lively Land Becoming Drought A river near the city in which photographer Akon Salemi lived has a special connection to his teenage mind and he even shot his first photos there. However, its drying out in the last decade has ... Jun. 13, 2019
Afghanistan: A Land of Continuous Conflict The idea for continuing this project is to illustrate the life of people in the continuous conflicts of the country to drawing the attention of global as the mission of photojournalism as well as ... May. 09, 2019
England 70-80: How the French Think about England 30 Years Ago Before the English Channel Tunnel was officially opened for passengers on November 14, 1994, heading to England meant a ferry ride across the Channel from France, including the period between 1970s and 80s ... Jan. 31, 2019
Blossfeldt's Apprentice - Modern Artist Recreating Master's Iconic Images with Handmade Objects (with Video Interview at the PIP Festival) Over 100 years ago, German artist Karl Blossfeldt (1920's) developed a series of homemade cameras that allowed him to photograph a plant's natural structure in unprecedented magnified details. It was ... Nov. 13, 2018
Photographs of India: Recording Memorable Experience in India Foryears Since years ago, an increasing number of Chinese photographers have been choosing to travel in India as their first foreign destination. At the 2018 PIP Festival this year in September, the "Photographs of India" ... Nov. 07, 2018
Photo Trouvé: The Truth About the Flat Object in Photography - Video Interview of Thomas Kellner at the PIP Festival ​Still-life paintings always have been important in the history of Fine Art and single objects in paintings were filled with an aura and often iconological. Here, we introduce a curatorial exhibition .... Nov. 02, 2018
Construction Work: Building Dreams There are always continual constructions in modern cities; hence, the scaffolds are frequently encountered ... Oct. 06, 2018
Mocăniţa: Black & White Images Showing Borderline Steam Train Running from Viseu de Sus, through Valea Vaserului, to the Carpathians, to the village of Comanu, near the border with Ukraine, the narrow-gauge forest railway of the Maramureş district is still ... Jun. 20, 2018
Exclusive Interview with K. M. Asad Talking about Rohingya Crisis Rohingya refuge has became an international issue in terms of humanity, safe living environment and peaceful world. It has to say that despite efforts being made on the ground, the massive influx into Bangladesh ... Apr. 20, 2018
Interview with Milad Safabakhsh Who Obesessing with Minimalism and Architecture During the last five years, I have gained good success in professional photography, and I have made good progress. The reason for this progress is in the first phase of my efforts, and after that, the ... Mar. 14, 2018
The Space in Between: A Different World Through B/W Minimalistic View There is evidence to suggest that our world and everything in it-from snowflakes to maple trees to falling stars and spinning electrons-are also only ghostly images, projections from a level of ... Mar. 12, 2018
Interview of '2017 Sente·Cup' Awareded Photographer Nataliya Andrianova In the 2017 "Sente•Antu Cup" International Photo Contest, Russian photographer Nataliya Andrianova was awareded the "Top Ten Photographers of the World" with her black and white photo series "Planetarians" ... Mar. 08, 2018
Rohingya Exodus: Awarded Photographer Capturing Rohingya Refugees Crisis It's painful; walking for three consecutive day without food and water but its more heart wrenching when I think of my home, my belongings leaving behind."- Gulping a mug of water, an old Rohingya woman fled from Myanmar ... Mar. 01, 2018
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