War, poverty, prostitution, Judith Prat

In Goma, eastern DR Congo, a group of very young women living together in a suburb of the city and make their living as prostitutes. Most of them internally displaced person, come to Goma to flee the war. But life there is not much better. They drink and take drugs at home (a small wooden…

David Guttenfelder

David Guttenfelder is a National Geographic Photographer focusing on geopolitical conflict, conservation and culture. Guttenfelder has spent more than 20 years as a photojournalist and documentary photographer based in Nairobi, Abidjan, New Delhi, Jerusalem and Tokyo covering world events in nearly 100 countries. In 2011, he helped open a bureau in North Korea for the…

Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear, Paula Bronstein

I have made some of the most extraordinary photos of my career in Afghanistan, with face after face offering a complex and intriguing gaze and revealing the constant tension between optimism and reality that shapes the lives of so many here. I keep going back, motivated and inspired by those faces, pushing against the difficulties,…

Maxim Dondyuk

Maxim Dondyuk – photographer, visual artist, born in Ukraine. His professional career began in Ukrainian media as a photojournalist in 2007. Since 2010 he is a freelancer, works on creating and promoting his own documentary projects. His first long-term projects ‘Uman, Rosh Hashana’ (2008-2012), ‘TB epidemic in Ukraine’ (2010-2012), ‘The Crimea Sich’ (2010-2013) are an…

Benjamin Lowy

Benjamin Lowy is award winning photographer based in New York City. He received a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002 and began his career covering the Iraq War in 2003. Since then he has covered major stories worldwide. In 2004 Lowy attended the World Press Joop Swart Masterclass, he was named in…

Goran Tomasevic

Guardar Most of the time I cover conflicts in different parts of the world. Home

Gleb Garanich

I cover sport, breaking news and human interest stories Home

Laura Hospes

Laura Hospes (1994) has been capturing her own self with the camera since the tender age of 16, out of a need to connect with people. This need has not waned over the years; it has only become more necessary. Hospes’ self portraits are her way of making clear what is inside of her. Her…

Andrea Star Reese

Andrea Star Reese is a VISURA photojournalist/documentary photographer based in New York, Seattle, and Jakarta. Recent work includes: DISORDER (2011-2016), a five-year documentary reportage on abuse against people with psychosocial disabilities in Indonesia was first exhibited and screened at Visa Pour L’Image Perpignan, and Angkor Photo Festival in 2013. In 2016 Images from the essay…

Juvenile In Justice, Richard Ross

Juvenile In Justice is a project to document the placement and treatment of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them. Girls in Justice, the much-anticipated follow up to Juvenile in Justice, turns our focus to girls in the system, and not a moment too soon. With a…

Migrant crisis in Europe

Two Syrian women embrace after arriving on Kos in an inflatable dinghy on August 30, in Kos, Greece. Migrants from many parts of the Middle East and African nations continue to flood into Europe before heading from Athens, north to the Macedonian border. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) Migrants who arrived from Budapest walk on the platform…

Syria’s Children

A wounded Syrian girl stands in a makeshift hospital in the rebel-held area of Douma, east of Syria’s capital of Damascus, following shelling and air raids by Syrian government forces on August 22, 2015. At least 20 civilians were killed, and another 200 wounded or trapped in Douma, a monitoring group said, just six days…

Alexandra Boulat

Alexandra Boulat was born in Paris, France, May 2nd 1962 and died in Paris on the 5th of October 2007. She was originally trained in graphic art and art history, at the Beaux Arts in Paris. In 1989 she follows the step of her father Photographer Pierre Boulat, who worked for LIFE magazine for 25…

Migrations: Humanity in Transition, Sebastião Salgado

Personally, I believe that people in the future will look back at this turning point and see it as a revolution experienced by mankind at this end-of-the-century, end-of-the-millennium historical period, this marking point of 2000 years of Christendom. This is a revolution that can be compared to the passage from the Middle Age to the…

The World’s Children

A street child searches for recyclable material in a garbage dump on the outskirts of Gauhati, India, Thursday, Nov. 19, a day ahead of Universal Children’s Day. Twenty years after the U.N. adopted a treaty guaranteeing children’s rights, fewer youngsters are dying and more are going to school, but an estimated 1 billion still lack…