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May 16, 2014 / 577 notes

burnedshoes:

© Jing Huang, 2010s, Surrounding

Jing Huang, born in Guangzhou and now a resident of Shenzhen, China, was named as the recipient of the Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award in 2011. Read an interview with him here.

Find more of Jing Huang’s work on his website and on flickr.

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Apr 20, 2014 / 11 notes

Angkor, Cambodia

San Gorgonio Pass, 1981
Richard Misrach
Mar 25, 2014 / 6,813 notes

San Gorgonio Pass, 1981

Richard Misrach

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Untitled #174, 2013
Simen Johan
Mar 21, 2014 / 2,378 notes

Untitled #174, 2013

Simen Johan

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Eliot Lee Hazel
Mar 20, 2014 / 10 notes

Eliot Lee Hazel

Laura Pannack, Tarkwa,Talensi-Nabdam district
Mar 20, 2014

Laura Pannack, Tarkwa,Talensi-Nabdam district

Menthe by Viviane Sassen
Mar 19, 2014

Menthe by Viviane Sassen

Vasantha Yogananthan
La Traversée, 2012.
Mar 19, 2014 / 66,236 notes

Vasantha Yogananthan

La Traversée, 2012.

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Mar 19, 2014 / 652 notes

5centsapound:

Julien Chatelin: Egyptorama (2011)

Artist Statement:

The images of a crowded and riotous Tahrir Square are the most recent portraits of Egypt burnished in the public imagination. However far from Cairo’s tumultuous center lies a world trapped in time, cities littered with the remains of real-estate promoters pharaonic projects. It is an abandoned landscape where a solitary figure wandering the empty streets seems to endlessly linger, and the half-built apartment buildings scattered on the sides of the road give the impression not only of defeat, but a cruel absurdity.

A lonely door built in the middle of the desert, a forest of lampposts, a mosque shaped like a spaceship; emptiness turns brutally into strangeness, creating a tension between people and their environment. This is Egyptorama—a road trip that leads nowhere. They are photographs from a lost and hidden corner of Egypt, spread across more than 8000 kilometers.

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