Eric Murinzi: The photographer who praises the people keeping Rwanda exemplary clean
A candid conversation about a photography of emotions, spotlighting the incredible women who ensure to keep Rwanda clean —a priority 26 years after the genocide.
Maria Iotova in Interview, Africa, Rwanda, Creative Freedom and Photo-Essay
Jan 15, 2021 · 4 mins
Re-Imagining the Desert: Muhcine Ennou on Creative Freedom, Solitude, and the Birthing of Art
Muhcine Ennou is a visual artist from Morocco. I spoke with him out of curiosity about his most recent CGI Artwork which stands for Computer-Generated Imagery. The latter artwork engages the sun, hope & alternative worlds.
Amina Alaoui Soulimani in Interview, Creative Freedom, Photo-Essay, Africa and Morocco
Oct 3, 2020 · 10 mins
The Word for World is Forest* | A Photo-Essay
The thing that the virus whispered into our ear, with its sharp voice, was simple and solid, "We are together in this...". That tiny thing, which was invisible to the eye at first, is now big enough to make our eyes bleed. The earth is a human colony…
Uygar Bulut in Photo-Essay, Culture, Covid-19 and Nature
Jul 20, 2020 · 6 mins
Tatters of History
A visit to the once Palestinian City of Haifa
Fares Amer in Culture, Photo-Essay, Middle East, Haifa, Palestine and Ruins
Jul 14, 2020 · 4 mins