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World Press Photo

For more than 50 years, the World Press Photo competition has celebrated the highest standards in photojournalism, rewarding photographers for the best single exposure photographs of each year. 167 more words

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The Objective: la actualidad internacional en imágenes

Leo libros y revistas en papel pero muy de vez en cuando me tomo el tiempo de leer artículos de prensa online. Como mucha gente, me he acostumbrado a la instantaneidad y a los formatos pequeños. 210 more words


The faces of pain and confrontation (On Han Kang's Human Acts amongst other things)

Arriving in Amsterdam recently after a couple of weeks of cycling away from all internet connection allowed for yet another moment of receiving in one shot all the misery that had been going on in the world while I was away from it, racial protests and shootings in America to name just one of those, and feeling a sadness that, due probably to the contrast of not having the constant misery-filled-outpoor the daily news provides for a while, feels like a discouragement. 604 more words



Forty three years ago, on Friday 29th, June 1973, there was a putsch against the government of Chilean President Salvador Allende. This failed putsch is known as… 66 more words


World Press Photo, Amsterdam

Last weekend I was in Amsterdam and had one day on my own before my friends arrived.  This day I spent ambling around and reacquainting myself with one of my most favourite cities in the world.  444 more words


Kazuma Obara's 'Exposure': Photography at the borders of the medium

I have two pieces of news. Not only has photographer, editor and all round unique genius, Myriam Cawston launched Artistika Magazine, in order to bring readers explorations into skilled, sincere and beautiful art, but I have an article in it where I discuss Kazuma Obara’s project… 250 more words


World Press Photos 2016

It’s that time of the year – the World Press Photo Exhibition is on. This year’s “Photo of the Year” is, unsurprisingly, related to the refugee crisis. 393 more words