The Northern Norwegian fishing and whaling communities are being challenged by the young people leaving these small islands for a different life. The traditions and cultures are being lost as the youth migrate to the mainland and never return.
— Marcus Bleasdale
Congo Pygmy tradition includes a two to five-year ritual for new mothers which culminates in a colorful dancing and singing performance—these photographs are staged re-creations of these unique celebrations.
A proposed dam in Brazil has brought jobs and the promise of energy to a depressed region while at the same time threatening to destroy the environment and displace 20,000-40,000 people—an exploration of the complex issue through a variety of lenses.
A show at thepresents hundreds of images from the archives of National Geographic, all celebrating the principle that we are all stewards of this remarkable planet.
Beyond the extreme cold, the endless nights, the blinding snow—the Alaskan landscape holds profound subtleties and wondrous, beautiful visions waiting to be (re)discovered.