World Press Photo Award Winner
In Burkina Faso, men, women, and children scrape at the earth looking for gold, in the hopes of striking it rich. In reality, the workdays are grueling and it can take up to two weeks just to find the amount of gold used in one smartphone.
For a dozen years, "the world's worst humanitarian crisis" has ebbed and flowed almost without pause. Recently, the violence has spiked again. But meanwhile, the world's gaze has largely moved on. An impassioned photojournalist brings us into the conflict's heart with these award-winning photos.
A new book reveals 64 images of the much-censored public protests that took place at Tiananmen Square on June 4, 1989 — however, to "see" the real images you must use your smartphone or tablet to invert the colors of the printed images so the negatives are seen in "real" colors. Thus, this art book has multiple dimensions and layered meanings.