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Sebastião Salgado

Sebastião Salgado Church Gate Station, western Railroad Line, Bombay, India. 1995 Gelatin silver print 122 x 178 cm--image 131 x 187 cm--framed

Kabul has been emptied of most of its population. Each armed faction that has conquered part or all of the city has provoked an exodus. In any event, there are now few places left to live. When the Russians abandoned Afghanistan in the late 1980s, Kabul was more or less intact. But after numerous battles in the country’s sporadic civil war, the city was left in ruins. This photograph shows what remains of the once-prestigious Jade Maiwan Avenue, 1996.

On the run. TASCHEN Books

Sebastião Salgado on the global forces that continue to drive people from their homes

by Bernd et Hilla Becher

Les typologies photographiques de Bernd et Hilla Becher

Amanhã  Futuro  Incerteza  Medo

Broadway at Night, by Alvin Langdon Coburn ca. 1910 [from last year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit, Night Vision: Photography After Dark] “It is only at twilight that the city reveals itself to.

Sebastan Salgado | Parlez-Vous Photography?

Sebastião Salgado In a time, when most photographers tend to just reflect the misery in the developing world, as a spectacle, one man stands out of this crowd. Sebastião Salgado, born in Brazil and a.

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