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Interview Revealing How the Cinematic Scene Created from Lucas Dragone The starting point of this project was violence against women from physical to sub-til psychological. The project is done in collaboration with Braseap-Cap Info asbl, a non-profit training center ... Aug. 25, 2017
Intriguing Marriage Customs of Yao Minority Generally speaking, the Yao people do not intermarry with other ethnic groups. The custom of having the husband live with the wife's family is quite popular. The young men and women have the freedom of choosing... Aug. 15, 2017
Custom And Social Life of Ethnic Tajik Minority In traditional Tajik families, three generations of a Tajik family live under the same roof. The male parent is the master of the family. But before 1949 AD, women had no right to inherit property and ... Jun. 23, 2017
13 famous photographs that are actually fake Bright Side has found several brilliant examples of photography that caused a great deal of uproar around the world while being completely fake. Jun. 21, 2017
Tajik Monority's Social Development Since 1950 The Tajik people were mainly engaged in animal husbandry and farming, but productivity was very low, unable to provide enough animal by-products in exchange for grain, tea, cloth and other ... Jun. 15, 2017
Off-ground: Denis Darzacq Solo Exhibition The exhibition focuses on the works of the series ”Hyper“ which follows his personal exhibition of the series ”La chute“ that we had organized last year in Shanghai Collected by the Pompidou Art Centre, the Maison Europeenne de la Photographie (MEP), etc. May. 26, 2017
Culture And Art of Kirgiz Nationality The Kirgiz are renowned singers and dancers. The songs with rich content include lyrics, epics and folk songs. The folk songs and ballads they dance to are richly lyrical, expressing joy, sorrow, injustice ... May. 08, 2017
Burhan Ozbilici wins the World Press Photo of the Year Finding himself at a murder scene, the Associated Press photographer "just kept shooting, changing my position to get a better angle, trying to capture this moment" Feb. 16, 2017
Jana Ritchie: _lesque Starting point for the photographic project “_lesque” was Berlin's burlesque scene. From there Jana Ritchie explored Europe's colorful, playful and diverse scene over a period of two years. Dec. 20, 2016
Being a parent is hard for everyone Being a parent is great, but sometimes it’s not as simple as it may seem — babies require constant attention and care. The same is true about baby animals. Nov. 02, 2016
Set your street photography free—to include birds in your frame Street Photography can always be a confrontational art. The act of snapping that candid moment can be an offensive action to the subject. There are times when someone just doesn’t want to be photographed... Oct. 14, 2016
Brief History of Uygur Monority in China The first Uygur ancestors migrated to the far Western Regions of China (mainly Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region) during a lapse power in the Central Empire after the end of the Tang Dynasty ... Sep. 30, 2016
Close to the living legend: An interview with Jean-Pierre Laffont Photojournalist Jean-Pierre Laffont serve as a powerful and provocative examination of the American dream. Sep. 23, 2016
Colors of Dance With one photograph, I seek to express: dance as art, fashion design, color variance, beautiful architecture and an expression of freedom. Sep. 22, 2016
The Marine Alga Harvesting in Tanzania Tanzania, Officially the United Republic of Tanzania, is one of the poorest countries in the world which is located in eastern Africa within the African Great Lakes Region. The Tanzanian economy is heavily based on agriculture, the output value of which a Aug. 23, 2016
An interview with Koot Marais at the Yichun Photography Festival Koot Marais FPSSA APSSA (Vers) has been actively involved in photography for over 30 years and holds four Associateships and a Fellowship from the Photographic Society of South Africa. Aug. 03, 2016
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 when ... Jul. 15, 2016
2016 Sony World Photography Awards - Open Competition Winners ​The 2016 Sony World Photography Awards, the world’s biggest photography competition created by the World Photography Organisation, just announced the winners of its Open and Youth competitions. Mar. 29, 2016
The picturesque views of Europe’s invisible borders The intimidating barriers that once stood between countries vanished, allowing people to move about freely.Valerio Vincenzo celebrates this freedom and the treaty that made it possible with his series Borderline, Frontiers of Peace. Mar. 04, 2016
Custom of the Bouyei People The Bouyei people are famous for very hospitality and being friendly to every customer. They always entertain the guests with the wine home-made. Feb. 01, 2016
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