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A commuter train cuts through an old mine dump on the outskirts of the city where several electricity pylons are located. Off Erap Street, Booysens, Johannesburg

Jason Larkin at Flowers, London

Tunesia, Ras Ajdir. Thousends of Bangladeshi working migrants fled for the violence in Lybia towards the Tunesian border. The Lybian police took all their valuable possesions like cameras, phones, lapatops and in many cases even their passports. Here they

Chris de Bode at Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, NY

Druze Celebrate Syrian Independence Day

Ahikam Seri at Phot’Aix 2013

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Martin Roemers at Kusthal in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Martin Roemers’ multiple award winning portraits series of people who were blinded in the course of WWII – The Eyes of War – is being exhibited at:

Kunsthal Rotterdam

Westzeedijk 341
3015 AA Rotterdam

from 4 May until 26 August 2012.

In May 2013, the images will be published in book form by Hatje Cantz.

Click HERE to view the whole set of images.

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Jason Larkin at Flowers Gallery, London

Chris de Bode at Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, NY

Ahikam Seri at Phot’Aix 2013 in France

Patrick Brown at Perth Centre for Photography, Australia

Adam Patterson in Guardian Weekend magazine

Andrew Testa in Sunday Times Magazine

Justin Jin in Newsweek Japan magazine

Piotr Malecki in Polityka

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