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Iva Zimova exhibiting in Pilsen, Czechia
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Iva Zimova exhibiting in Pilsen, Czechia...

Iva Zimova is exhibiting her work, covering the war in Ukraine for over two years, in Pilsen’s Old Synagogue from 7th July...

Noriko Hayashi published in Il Reportage magazine, Italy
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Noriko Hayashi published in Il Reportage magazine, Italy...

Noriko Hayashi‘s work on ageing in Japan has been published in Il Reportage magazine in Italy. To view the full story, cli...

Fernando Moleres published in Wired magazine, Italy
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Fernando Moleres published in Wired magazine, Italy...

Jan Banning published in Annabelle magazine, Switzerland
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Jan Banning published in Annabelle magazine, Switzerland...

Jan Banning’s portrait series on victims and perpetrators in Rwanda who have found a way to reconciliation has been publis...

Photobook: “Some Worlds Have Two Suns” by Andrew McConnell, pre-order now at GOST books
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Photobook: “Some Worlds Have Two Suns” by Andrew McConnell, pre-order now at GOST books...

Andrew McConnell‘s multi-year exploration of the steppes of Kazakhstan, home to ancient cultures and the Baikonur Cosmodro...

Desire: The Carl Craig Story premiering at Tribeca Film Festival 2024
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Desire: The Carl Craig Story premiering at Tribeca Film Festival 2024...

Fábio Erdos recently worked a Director of Photography on a new feature length documentary film about music producer Carl Craig....

Markel Redondo published in Rhythms Monthly, Taiwan
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Markel Redondo published in Rhythms Monthly, Taiwan...

Markel Redondo’s photo story about the village of Landais in France where all residents have Alzheimer’s has been pu...

James Rodriguez’s new book Tierra de árboles published
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James Rodriguez’s new book Tierra de árboles published...

Coming at the end of 20 years of photographing Guatemala, James Rodriguez‘s book Tierra de árboles (Land of Trees) is out...

Jan Banning published in Newsweek Japan
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Jan Banning published in Newsweek Japan...

Jan Banning’s portrait series about reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda has been published in Newsweek magazine in Japa...

Tommy Trenchard published in Africa magazine, Italy
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Tommy Trenchard published in Africa magazine, Italy...

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Tommy Trenchard published in Africa magazine, Italy
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Tommy Trenchard published in Africa magazine, Italy...

Tommy Trenchard’s photo story about Rooibos production in South Africa has been published in Africa Magazine. To see the f...

Sven Torfinn published in Africa magazine, Italy
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Sven Torfinn published in Africa magazine, Italy...

Tommy Trenchard published in Stern magazine, Germany
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Tommy Trenchard published in Stern magazine, Germany...

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Lorenzo Maccotta published in Africa magazine, Italy
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Lorenzo Maccotta published in Africa magazine, Italy...

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Tommy Trenchard published in GEO Hors-Série, France
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Tommy Trenchard published in GEO Hors-Série, France...

Tommy Trenchard published in Geographical Magazine, UK
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Tommy Trenchard published in Geographical Magazine, UK...

Tommy Trenchard’s photo story about Rooibos production in South Africa has been published in Geographical Magazine. To see...

Sean Sutton published on The Guardian webiste
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Sean Sutton published on The Guardian webiste...

Sean Sutton’s recent coverage from war-torn Gaza has been published on the Guardian website. To view the full series, plea...

Jan Banning published in Le Monde, France
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Jan Banning published in Le Monde, France...

Jan Banning‘s portrait series about reconciliation in Rwanda, 30 years after the genocide, has been published by Le Monde ...

Johis Alarcón receives CatchLight Global Fellowship Grant
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Johis Alarcón receives CatchLight Global Fellowship Grant...

Johis Alarcón has been named as one of three recipients of this year’s prestigious CatchLight Global Fellowship grant for...

Mario Heller published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands
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Mario Heller published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands...

Mario Heller’s photo story about the Lady Lowrider Car Club in California has been published in Volkskrant in the Netherla...

Daniel Ochoa de Olza published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands
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Daniel Ochoa de Olza published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands...

Daniel Ochoa de Olza’s work on the spring rite of La Maya has been published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands. To view the...

Daniel Ochoa de Olza published on the Guardian website
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Daniel Ochoa de Olza published on the Guardian website...

Daniel Ochoa de Olza’s work on the spring rite of La Maya has been published on The Guardian website. To view the whole pi...

Nick Hannes published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands
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Nick Hannes published in Volkskrant in the Netherlands...

Nick Hannes’ work on “New Capitals”, which is also available as a book, has been published in Volkskrant in th...

Mario Heller published in Rhythms Monthly magazine, Taiwan
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Mario Heller published in Rhythms Monthly magazine, Taiwan...

Mario Heller’s photo story about Dubai’s Asian community has been published in Rhythms Monthly magazine in Taiwan. T...

Laurent Weyl published in Le Figaro magazine, France
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Laurent Weyl published in Le Figaro magazine, France...

Tommy Trenchard published in Stern magazine, Germany
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Tommy Trenchard published in Stern magazine, Germany...

To view the whole story on the danger posed to low-lying islands in Sierra Leone by rising sea levels, please click here.

Alfredo Caliz published in Exit Magazine, Spain
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Alfredo Caliz published in Exit Magazine, Spain...

Alfredo Caliz‘s long-term work on parks around the world has been published in Spanish Exit Magazine . To view more images...

World Press Photo award for Lalo de Almeida
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World Press Photo award for Lalo de Almeida...

Lalo de Almeida has won a World Press Photo award for his work on the ongoing drought in the Amazon in his native Brazil.

Panos photographers win Istanbul Photo Awards
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Panos photographers win Istanbul Photo Awards...

Two Panos photographers – Mads Nissen and Tommy Trenchard – have won awards at this year’s Istanbul Photo Awar...

Daniel Ochoa de Olza published in El País Semanal in Spain
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Daniel Ochoa de Olza published in El País Semanal in Spain...

Daniel Ochoa de Olza’s series of portraits of “Mayas”, a spring rite in Spain, has been published in El País ...

India’s Skategirls
Story by Chantal Pinzi

India’s Skategirls

With a population of over 1.4 billion, India is the most populous country on earth. Yet the number of female skateboarders can b...

Every Day Could be My Last
Story by Mads Nissen

Every Day Could be My Last

Central America\'s criminal organisations keep growing in strength, seemingly impervious to the crime fighting efforts of nation...

Long Shadow
Story by Selene Magnolia Gatti

Long Shadow

Livestock farming on an Industrial scale across Europe is causing widespread environmental degradation and serious damage to the...

All At Sea
Story by Selene Magnolia Gatti

All At Sea

The history of migration across the Mediterranean goes back thousands of years. In recent years, tens of thousands of people hav...

Waxing Lyrical
Story by Pascal Maitre

Waxing Lyrical

The bright and opulent prints with their infinite variety of patterns have become the symbol of a continent, appreciated around ...

Lost to the Sea
Story by Tommy Trenchard

Lost to the Sea

Off the coast of Sierra Leone, a remote island once home to three villages, large areas of forest and thousands of people is on ...

Tauromaquia
Story by Daniel Ochoa de Olza

Tauromaquia

Bullfighting in Spain is more than a sport. It is a unique cultural phenomenon that brings together ritualistic performance art ...

Trump Island
Story by Jonas Kako

Trump Island

Only 150 kilometres from Washington, DC, and a mere speck of dry land measuring three square kilometres, Tangier island in Chesa...

A Stolen Kiss
Story by Daniel Ochoa de Olza

A Stolen Kiss

This project appears to be a very straightforward concept. A series of photographs of couples kissing in the street, in parks, ...

Zor
Story by Selene Magnolia Gatti

Zor

Contemporary Europe has seen a steep increase in social tensions, aggressive politics, hostility towards outsiders and a new wav...

Tightening the Belt and Road
Story by Laurent Weyl

Tightening the Belt and Road

On the ochre plains along the Mekong River the station emerges like a monumental pagoda of glass and steel. Vientiane railway s...

Carbon Trading
Story by Pascal Maitre

Carbon Trading

Today, 2.5 billion people worldwide depend on charcoal to cook their daily meals. Charcoal has been used as a fuel for over 3...

You Shall Carry
Story by Kasia Strek

You Shall Carry

On 24th June 2022, the US Supreme Court surprised and shocked many when it upheld the ruling in Dobbs vs Jackson Women\'s Health...

The Lifeless River
Story by Musuk Nolte

The Lifeless River

\'I am sacrificing myself living here. I have to get out\' says a 47 year old man, one of the few remaining inhabitants in a com...

Stuck in Goma – Under Siege
Story by Simon Townsley

Stuck in Goma – Under Siege

The women had fled into the sprawling camps of Goma hoping they would find safety. As the M23 rebel group has swept his part of ...

Mulletfest
Story by Matthew Abbott

Mulletfest

The Beastie Boys, an American hip-hop group from New York, may have coined the term when they described the mullet hairstyle in ...

Under the Olive Trees
Story by Selene Magnolia Gatti

Under the Olive Trees

The central Mediterranean has long been Europe\'s deadliest border. In 2023, some 3041 migrants lost their lives or were recorde...

The New Scramble for Africa
Story by Simon Townsley

The New Scramble for Africa

In Sierra Leone, the Chinese have stepped into the void left by the British, plundering natural resources and threatening liveli...

Seeds of Water
Story by Musuk Nolte

Seeds of Water

Peru is eighth on the list of countries with the most water, but the capital Lima, where a third of the population live, is loca...

Alash Orda
Story by Frederic Noy

Alash Orda

The largest landlocked country on earth, Kazakhstan remains for most foreigners a vast, arid void, somewhere between Russia and ...

Facebook Hill
Story by Petrut Calinescu

Facebook Hill

With a population of just over 10,000, Poienile de sub Munte is the largest village in Romania, most of whose inhabitants are pa...

Greenland Embraces Climate Change
Story by Bradley Secker

Greenland Embraces Climate Change

It\'s the most tranquil and magnificent backdrop to our planet\'s climate catastrophe, and the ramifications for Greenland, as w...

Arctic Dreams
Story by Mario Heller

Arctic Dreams

There is a tradition in Barentsburg. When you go to the mainland, you hug a tree because there are none here. The Russian enclav...

Father of the Turks
Story by Bradley Secker

Father of the Turks

On 29th October 1923, a modern nation rose from the ashes of the Ottoman Empire. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder and first Pr...

Deadly Gold Rush in the Amazon
Story by Lalo de Almeida

Deadly Gold Rush in the Amazon

The Yanomami people are living through an unprecedented crisis due to the invasion of some 20,000 illegal gold miners who have d...

Of Mines and Man
Story by Andrea Gjestvang

Of Mines and Man

Norway, a country of pristine fjords, mountains and endless pine forests, derives 98% of the energy coursing through its grid fr...

Charcoal Children
Story by Kasia Strek

Charcoal Children

Metro Manila is one of the largest and most densely populated cities in the world. Around a third of its 20 million inhabitants ...

Park Life
Story by Alfredo Caliz

Park Life

\'If we lived in gardens, religion would not have been possible. Its absence has driven us to long for paradise. The space witho...

Empire Z
Story by Anonymous photographer

Empire Z

Over 90% of the Russians were sure that there wouldn\'t be a war with Ukraine. February 24th 2022 was a shock for everyone. ...

Deadly Waters
Story by Simon Townsley

Deadly Waters

The Damodar river darkens as it snakes through lush forest, tall maize fields and thatched villages. The rain water that falls o...

The Language of Bones
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The Language of Bones

20 years after Peru's Truth Commission communities are still retrieving and burying victims of Shining Path and the governmen...

Alpaqueros
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Alpaqueros

Science is helping Peru's Alpaca herders adapt to Climate Change

Sowing Water
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Sowing Water

Drawing on Inca knowledge to manage water in the Peruvian Andes

Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
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Myanmar’s Spring Revolution

The violent return of military rule in Myanmar has brought death and repression back onto the streets of the country.

The Lifeless River
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The Lifeless River

Lake Titicaca once the sacred lake of the Incas is now in danger of turning into an open sewer

No Place on Earth
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No Place on Earth

An in-depth study of the epic Rohingya refugee crisis and its effect on hundreds of thousands of ordinary people.

New Capitals
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New Capitals

Nick Hannes explores new and planned capital cities in Brazil, Egypt, Indonesia and Kazakhstan.

Warm Waters
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Warm Waters

A multi-year project looking at the effects of climate change on communities and environments across the Pacific region. ...

Americans Parade
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Americans Parade

Americans Parade is a parade of Americans; one after the other, from one community to the next, building up a picture of Amer...

Smart Solutions
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Smart Solutions

Towards a world free of poverty, hunger and environmental degradation, CGIAR is the world's largest global agricultural innov...

Where Love Is Illegal
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Where Love Is Illegal

72 countries around the world have criminal laws against sexual activity by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex p...

Traces
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Traces

The effects of China's breakneck industrialisation on the Yellow River

Asmara – Africa’s Modernist Jewel
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Asmara – Africa’s Modernist Jewel

Asmara is a unique example of early 20th Century modernist architecture, now been elevated to UNESCO World Heritage status

No Stranger Place
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No Stranger Place

Would you open your home to a refugee?

On Solid Ground
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On Solid Ground

A collaboration between the International Rescue Committee and Panos Pictures

OVER
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OVER

A photographic meditation from the skies above Poland.

From darkness into Light
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From darkness into Light

More than 620 million Africans, or two thirds of the population of the continent, have no access to electricity.

The Parallel State
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The Parallel State

A glimpse into the opaque world of contemporary Turkish politics and society.

We are Indestructible
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We are Indestructible

Ending one of the world's longest running civil wars.

River Congo – DRC’s Highway 1
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River Congo – DRC’s Highway 1

The Congo river is the lifeline of a region with few roads or railways.

Side Effects
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Side Effects

The result of years of aerial photography, this is a visual study of the complicated relationship between humans and nature.

Disposable Workers
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Disposable Workers

The people feeling the pain of Japan's unforgiving job market

Hidden Lives
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Hidden Lives

The untold story of urban refugees in Burundi, Haiti, Jordan, Malaysia, Thailand, United Kingdom, Kenya and the USA.

Belgicum
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Belgicum

The result of two decades of work, Belgicum is a unique document about a country in search of a raison d'etre.

Uncertain Tomorrow
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Uncertain Tomorrow

The Central African Republic (CAR) has seen more than its fair share of coups and unrest over the five and a half decades...

Last Stop
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Last Stop

Exploring the topography and migrations of London from the vantage point of a bus.

The Last Colony
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The Last Colony

For over 40 years Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony in northwestern Africa, and its people, the Sahrawis, have been liv...

#Future of Cities
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#Future of Cities

In collaboration with the World Photography Organisation (WPO) and Sony's Global Imaging Ambassadors (SGIA), Panos Pictures c...

My Toilet
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My Toilet

Through images and stories from 20 countries, across every continent, a collaboration between Water & Sanitation for the Urba...