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“By capturing the abundance of artificial lights emitted by the cities, Seely invites a reflection on how humans have transformed the natural environment.”
IN THIS INTERVIEW > 39 year-old American photographer Christina Seely speaks about LUX, a series of cityscapes shot at night in several cities of the United States, Western Europe and Japan. By capturing the abundance of artificial lights emitted by the cities, Christina invites a reflection on how humans have transformed the natural environment… (to keep reading)
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Crave chooses Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini Portraits and Diaries (Radius Books, 2013) as one of the best photobooks of the 21st Century.
Papua New Guinea (PNG) is one of the last wild frontiers left on earth, first inhabited some 50-70,000 years ago. Home to 6.3 million people, PNG is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world with 848 languages on record. Stephen Dupont’s photographs reveal a people and a place on the brink of detribalization, a final glimpse into a way of living that has existed for dozens of millennia and may one day simply disappear.