By using photography to document the practically invisible flow of money used for weapons (but not action on the front lines, nor the aftermath of war),is hoping to expand and evolve the role of photography in the genre of conflict reporting.
Whole villages are being uprooted in Estonia simply because the "old ways" are an eyesore near a prominent airport.
This long-running festival's 8th edition will revolve around the theme of "Intimacy"—over 30 photographers from 22 different countries have contributed their work, providing a fascinating glimpse into the established and up-and-coming photography practitioners in Asia.
Much imitated, highly influential and endlessly re-inventive, signs of Duane Michals' influence can be seen everywhere—but there is no better place to re-discover his genius than at its very source. Read our review of this killer exhibition and catalogue, just opened in Pittsburgh.