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Richard Beaven: All Of Us

Over 2,000 years ago one of humanity's most profound thinkers, Aristotle, stated that the whole of our parts is greater than the sum. Collectively, the bits and pieces of all our differences can, theoretically, combine…

Moritz Küstner The Dying Dead Sea

Moritz Küstner never planned on becoming a photographer, deciding to study Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hannover, Germany, Küstner’s thoughts changed, “I spent one year at the Danish…

Reggio Calabria: A City of Waste

With almost 180,000 inhabitants, Reggio Calabria, is the largest and the most populated city of Calabria, a region in southern Italy. In 2014, in an attempt to comply with Italian laws on waste disposal, was…

Spit Gold Onto An Empire

For the people of Myanmar, history is repeating itself once again. On the 1st of February 2021, the Myanmar military stormed the parliament building, taking control of the country in another military coup.

Daniel Kovalovszky: An Infernal Play

In 1945 in Hungary, Mátyás Rákosi the leader of the Hungarian Communist Party, following the Soviet example, introduced a new Stalinist dictatorship in which human rights were severely violated. He established the State Protection Security…

Vulcano By Giulia De Marchi

If you visit Sicily, you cannot leave without visiting the volcano. Etna is, like all active volcanoes, (in fact, even more due to its unique majesty) the meeting point between black and white, heaven and…