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In this issue

This month's April issue is dedicated to the beauty of nature and wildlife. We are excited to feature an exclusive interview with the internationally acclaimed photographer Réhahn, who presents three fantastic series from his immense love for the Scenes Of Life In Vietnam.
The outstanding Wolf Ademeit exhibits intimate animal portraits in color and B&W.
Mark Edward Harris's series 'Extra Elements, Natural Frames, and Silhouettes in Nature and Wildlife Photography' is a beautiful collection of photos. 
Frank Binder exhibits a fantastic "Oh Orangutans" series taken in Indonesia. Josef Buergi exhibits a magnificent project shot in Mongolia, focused on the migration of eagle hunters. Artem Khazov features his two fantastic projects: wildlife and Maasai tribes in Tanzania. 
The extraordinary photographer Amish Chhagan features an outstanding series expressing his love for Natural Love for Zambia. 
Denise Dethlefsen is exploring nature and her love for photography in Colorado, and Armin Abdehou is featuring his latest series dedicated to his tremendous love for the horses of Kurdistan. 
You will also find special coverage of the 10th Anniversary of the Square Print Sale by Magnum Photos and Granta, which created a unique collaboration across photography and literature. The project is a curated collaboration with Granta writers, where three of them delve into the work of 85 Magnum photographers.
Enjoy!

On the Front Cover: The Beauty. Wolf Ademeit© All rights reserved.
See article on page 28

On the Back Cover: Orangutans. Frank Binder © All rights reserved.
See the article on page 60

IN THE SHIPYARDS OF DHAKA

A very large shipyard in Dhaka is located on the Buriganga River's banks, directly across Dhaka's old city.

IN THE SHIPYARDS OF DHAKA

3 mins

Aga Szydlik INDIA

A JOURNEY INTO THE LAND OF DIVERSITY, CULTURE, AND COLORS

Aga Szydlik INDIA

2 mins

SEBASTIAN PIÓREK EXPLORING Enjoyable LANDSCAPE

I retrieved the idea of nature closely linked to the field of human feelings.

SEBASTIAN PIÓREK EXPLORING Enjoyable LANDSCAPE

1 min

The Extreme Macro Photography of Bees

AN INTERVIEW SAM WITH, DROEGE

The Extreme Macro Photography of Bees

4 mins

JEAN KAROTKIN GYMNOPEDIES

Gymnopédies, Karotkin's ongoing series of botanical portraits, takes its name from a trio of piano compositions by 19th-century French composer Erik Satie.

JEAN KAROTKIN GYMNOPEDIES

3 mins

BUTTERFLIES IN LOVE WITH FLOWERS

I sometimes think Chinese art is not fully appreciated in the West. I was exposed to it growing up in Australia, although my fascination was more with calligraphy.

BUTTERFLIES IN LOVE WITH FLOWERS

2 mins

Lissa Hahn:

Hahn: HOW TO EVOKE A PAVLOVIAN RESPONSE IN HUMANS

Lissa Hahn:

7 mins

AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ELENA PARASKEVA

Elena Paraskeva is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning Conceptual Photographer and Art Director and, most recently, an official ADOBE instructor.

AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ELENA PARASKEVA

8 mins

From a Living Hell to Heaven on Earth: the Inhumanity and Humanity of Humans

In a remote area of western Wisconsin, dogs and cats who otherwise would have ended up on death row are given a reprieve. They can now live out their lives in peace and comfort and with companionship at Home for Life (HFL), which was not afforded them outside the sanctuary's gates.

From a Living Hell to Heaven on Earth: the Inhumanity and Humanity of Humans

8 mins

The Art of DISAPPEARING

In the classical proposal, indigenous people are usually the topic of discussion, but rarely do they have a hand in shaping it.

The Art of DISAPPEARING

3 mins

DANY DEL PINO RODRIGUEZ

\"Go home, and may God be with you.\"

DANY DEL PINO RODRIGUEZ

6 mins

PRIDE & PREJUDICE

This ongoing series of studio portraits of young men is intended to challenge the viewer with social constructs that are centered around masculinity and femininity.

PRIDE & PREJUDICE

3 mins

AGING SINGAPORE

A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

AGING SINGAPORE

8 mins

WAR AND ORGANIZED CRIME GONE GLOBAL

Between 1992 and 1996, different mujahedeen factions fought to co ontr al Jod-e-Maiwand in Kabul was reduced to rubble in 1994 after Abdul Rashid Dostum, ae leader of an Uzbek faction, broke away from the Kabul government and sent his fighter jets in to bomb the capital. He joined sides with the Hezb-e-Islami of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the ex-prime minister who had broken away from the central government a year earlier and who was now responsible for daily rocket-barrages into the city center. Kabul, 1993, Afghanistan.

WAR AND ORGANIZED CRIME GONE GLOBAL

2 mins

An Exclusive Interview With Brice Gelot

"Nothing's more interesting than reality. So from rough areas that never see tourists to poor neighborhoods where I can find chaos, I find beauty. I let the street speak, and I just document what I see...”

An Exclusive Interview With Brice Gelot

5 mins

AMERICAN BEDROOM

Reflections on the Nature of Life

AMERICAN BEDROOM

4 mins

Mark Edward Harris: Wabi-sabi and the Japanese Aesthetic

"From the 6th century until the introduction of the Gregorian calendar in 1873, Japan used a variation of the lunisolar Chinese calendar that was divided into 24 seasons. These mini-seasons were determined by the phases of the moon, the rise of the tides, and other natural phenomena. Living in constant contact with their surroundings - the mountains, the ocean, and their all-important rice fields - people were acutely aware of even the smallest changes in their environment and often celebrated them with "matsuri" (festivals).

Mark Edward Harris: Wabi-sabi and the Japanese Aesthetic

7 mins

Faces of the Inca – Quechua and Q'ero people

Quechua was not only spoken by the Incas but also by their long-term enemies of the Inca Empire- the Quechua people.

Faces of the Inca – Quechua and Q'ero people

2 mins

"Dancing Between Two Worlds"

"I first photographed the Kashaya Pomo dance group "Su Nu Nu Shinal" in 2013 when they performed publicly at Fort Ross State Historic Park. I shared some of the photos with the dancers, and they invited me to photograph their annual meeting of several local tribes called "Big Time."

"Dancing Between Two Worlds"

10+ mins

Streets Without Borders

"People living their everyday lives fascinate me."

Streets Without Borders

4 mins

JOE BUERGI 2SERIES

PAKISTAN KABADDI WRESTLERS

JOE BUERGI 2SERIES

3 mins

INCREDIBLE INDIA

FIRST TRIP TO INDIA NEW DELHI

INCREDIBLE INDIA

6 mins

The Holi Festival

The Holi Festival of Colors in India is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, the destruction of the demoness Holika.

The Holi Festival

3 mins

"Zewdi"

Zewdi's mother, Emaneshe Kebede, was not at Zewdi's side at her wedding ceremony. Zewdi and her mother had 7 separated ten years ago in 2012, hoping that Zewdi would find a good life in the Land of Israel.

"Zewdi"

2 mins

A ROOM WITH SEAVIEW

Architecture is celebrated for recording our cultures and reflecting who we are or want to be. But what it means to represent us all could be grasped properly as a design problem. No other art form showcases more concretely how people live, work, and socialize around the world. The series 'A Room With Seaview' captures architectural feats created by mostly illiterate men.

A ROOM WITH SEAVIEW

2 mins

CULTURE OF THE MURSI TRIBE

Mursi, or Mursu or Mun as they refer to themselves, are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia. Their territory of around 2,000 km2 lies in the South Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Regional State (SNNPRS), roughly between the Rivers Omo (Warr) and Mago (Mako), close to the border with South Sudan.

CULTURE OF THE MURSI TRIBE

2 mins

Gajan Festival India

This photo project is based on the theme "People & Culture" of India.

Gajan Festival India

2 mins

A Reflection of Everyday Life in Monochromatic

My preference for black and white as a means of photographic expression has many edges... I remember reading in an interview with French photographer Giorgia Fiorio for Réponses photo magazine in 2004, she said that color photography would be the equivalent of writing prose, and black and white would be like writing in verse, which I agree with her point of view. I couldn't agree more. - Yosvaný Martínez

A Reflection of Everyday Life in Monochromatic

1 min

FOLLOW MY DREAM AND MAKE IT COMES TRUE

"My name is Elijah Kagan; I'm 30 years old, originally from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Nowadays, I live and work in Haifa, Israel.

FOLLOW MY DREAM AND MAKE IT COMES TRUE

1 min

GÜLBIN ÖZDAMAR AKARÇAY

2 SERIES MINDSET CITY TORONTO TORONTO, 2016-2017 NARODNI DIVADLO PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC, 2006-2007

GÜLBIN ÖZDAMAR AKARÇAY

2 mins

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