SPOTLIGHTScomparsi: Their Bodies Will Never Be FoundThough lesser-known than the Mafia or Camorra, southern Italy’s ‘Ndrangheta crime syndicate is one of the most powerful in the world. This important work looks back at the group’s hundreds of kidnappings and focuses on the stories of 8 missing persons who were never found.Learn more
SPOTLIGHTScomparsi: Their Bodies Will Never Be Found
Though lesser-known than the Mafia or Camorra, southern Italy’s ‘Ndrangheta crime syndicate is one of the most powerful in the world. This important work looks back at the group’s hundreds of kidnappings and focuses on the stories of 8 missing persons who were never found.Learn more
State of Nature
Exquisite large-format photos show how humanity is trying to improve upon nature’s beauty while at the same time preparing for impending environmental disasters.
Zima: The Powerful Beauty of Russian Winter
“Truth, in reality, is white, sparkling, frosty cold, silent and endless: something like the boundless Siberian tundra landscape…”
Fish Discover Water Last
Seeking to see her home town with fresh eyes after 18 years, this photographer set out to rediscover the people, aesthetics, and spaces of her Dutch seaside environs.
Eerie, post-apocalyptic images—initially shot as a series on human traces in otherwise desolate landscapes—take on urgent new meaning after the US presidential election.
Pushing the boundaries of the medium, this artist hacked into state-controlled surveillance systems and gleaned classical landscape images that question the changing relationship we have with place.
Earth Temples: Into the World’s Silent Spaces
Caught up in the rush and crush of modern progress, have we lost touch with the value of silence? A meditation on the disservices of technology when immersed in the world’s sacred spaces.
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In My Backyard: Iceland
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