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Santa Marta de Ribarteme, 1991, by Cristóbal Hara (

The photographs of Cristóbal Hara show an undiscovered Spain–far from the beautiful beaches and urban centers–full of completely normal people and animals (and all their peculiarities) that reveal the extraordinary in the ordinary. At processions and markets, funerals and bullfights, or simply on the street, Hara positions...

Capulin, Chihuahua, Mexico, 1996, by Larry Towell (

… Towell’s work showed me that things didn’t need to be presented in neat, linear packages; you could breach the foundational tropes being taught in journalism school. And that made for much more intimate, feeling work that functioned alongside the great longform writing I had also begun to absorb....

Yokosuka, Japan, 1966, by Shomei Tomatsu (

Though still relatively unknown outside Japan, Tomatsu, now 80, is arguably the greatest and most influential of all the photographers that emerged during his country’s turbulent postwar era. Over a span of 50 years, his work has reflected, often obliquely, the changes in Japanese culture as the American military presence and...

Elmina, Ghana, 2017, by Spiros Soueref (

For me traveling has always been about discovering myself through other people’s eyes. The more you get to know how they think, live and survive, the more you get to know the real world never revealed to you. You realise the confinement that all these social standards have caused and you are a part of it. A part of a prison...

Bus interior by Gueorgui Pinkhassov (

"The power of your Muse lies in her meaninglessness. Even the style can enslave you if you don’t run away from it, otherwise you are doomed for repetition. The only thing that counts is curiosity. For me personally, this is what creativity is about. It testifies itself not in the fear of doing the same thing over again but...

Scarborough, 1967 by Tony Ray-Jones (

I’ve known this picture now for nearly 40 years. It was a sunny day in London in 1974 or 1975 when I walked into a second- hand bookshop on Great Russell Street, along from the British Museum, to find a copy of Tony Ray-Jones’s book A Day Off. It was marked down to £1.50 (the original price was £4.75), so I bought it....

Television Set, Chidambaram Festival, Tamil Nadu, 1993, by Raghubir Singh (

Raghubir Singh is known for his compelling and vibrant images that captured the essence of everyday life in India. With an innate understanding of color, composition, and storytelling, Singh’s photographs portrayed the rich tapestry of Indian culture, from bustling city streets to rural landscapes. His work transcended mere...

Dobrinja suburb in Sarajevo, 1995 by Tom Stoddart (

Tom walked into my office with a startling portfolio in which one jumped out; her name was Meliha, a striking, defiant, beautiful woman, dressed to allure in a city without medicine, or make-up. A city where women were reduced to using berry juices for rouge or lipstick. Meliha wore her beauty with pride and defiance as she...

Syracuse, New York, USA, 1981 by Bruce Gilden (

Gilden spent his time in Syracuse shooting at the sorts of mass gatherings he had been focusing on at the time – state fairs, fetes, picnics and parties – as well as working his way into the homes of the city’s blue-collar residents. He also photographed the local assisted living communities, impressed by what he saw as...

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