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In her luminous black and white photographs taken over the course of five years at various pilgrimage sites, Alys Tomlinson finds a way to visualize faith and devotion. 
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In this book about the lasting impact of war, Binh Danh and Robert Schultz create chlorophyll prints out of leaves found at historical sites in the USA.
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Transforming the family album into folklore, Paul Thulin’s new photobook “Pine Tree Ballads” takes us on a dreamlike summer voyage through the mysterious forests surrounding his family’s home in Grays Point off the coast of Maine.
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A long-term masterclass for serious photographers working in documentary, photojournalism or visual storytelling.
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In these collaborative portraits, Marilene Ribeiro tells another side of the story of Hydroelectricity—a green, renewable energy—by shedding light on the people whose lives have been torn apart by the construction of dams in Brazil. 
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By inserting found photographs throughout each room in a small house in Southern France, The Anonymous Project creates playful installations that illustrate the lasting importance of amateur photography.
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In a book full of dreamy photographs of nature’s quiet moments, Janelle Lynch invites us to re-enter the natural world and embrace our connection to it.
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Moved by the “symphony of life” that radiates through the streets of Tomsk, Sergey Medvedchikov captures the contrasts and characters of a city in the throes of transition. 
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Looking behind the sprawling construction sites and skyscrapers that graze Dubai’s skyline, Polly Tootal turns her lens on the people that built them, capturing the stark contrast between the labour camps they call home and the city’s glitzy buildings. 
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The Curonian Spit is a peninsula bordered by two shores: the Curonian Lagoon and the Baltic sea. In his tranquil, poetic images, Tadas Kazakevičius captures the powerful bond between the inhabitants of the Spit and the unique space around them.  

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