Search Results for "kenya"

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The social situation of Kenya's capital, Nairobi,  is not easy, especially in the suburbs and in the shanty towns which experience an intense discomfort.
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Box Girls Kenya is an organization that challenges traditional gender stereotypes by teaching boxing to girls and women in Nairobi ́s informal settlements. It is one of very few boxing gyms in Kenya where women are welcomed and the number ...
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I spent a month in Kipini, a fishermen village in Kenya. Throughout the month, I had the opportunity to befriend some of the fishermen. We went fishing together. Because my Kiswahili language skills had its limits, fishing became our means ...
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From the 16th to the 19th November Photo Vogue Festival took place in Milan and two great British artists, Rankin and Harland Miller, spoke about social responsability and media revolution.
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Visa pour l'image: more than a festival on photojournalism, a window on faraway countries.
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Kibera, Kenya is one of the largest slums in the world. An estimated 1.2 million people, half of the people that live in Kenyas capital city, Nairobi, live in Kibera. Throughout the six hundred acres of physical dilapidation, people manage ...
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When out of their territories, Maasais identify each other through little  details on the person, often times a bead bracelet or a missing front tooth. These serve as a form of identification, and can be seen as a beacon in ...
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Bureau for Open Culture is an itinerant curatorial initiative that utilizes exhibition, education, design and publishing to position the art institution as an overall form of critical practice. L’ECLISSE redux is produced by Nate Padavick, Cassandra Troyan and James Voorhies.
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Paris Photo at the Grand Palais (Paris) offers and extraordinary overview of contemporary photography. With dozens of photographers on display the viewer can wander all genres from urban landscape to portrait to the old masters.
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