Esta foto, do italiano Dario Mitidieri, é parte de uma série que retrata famílias no campo de refugiados de Bekaa Valley, no Líbano. A cadeira vazia representa um membro da família que morreu na guerra ou está desaparecido. Esta imagem, vencedora do terceiro prêmio na categoria Gente, mostra a família de Ammouna (à esquerda, com o menino no colo), cujo pai está desaparecido.

Esta foto, do italiano Dario Mitidieri, é parte de uma série que retrata famílias no campo de refugiados de Bekaa Valley, no Líbano. A cadeira vazia representa um membro da família que morreu na guerra ou está desaparecido. Esta imagem, vencedora do terceiro prêmio na categoria Gente, mostra a família de Ammouna (à esquerda, com o menino no colo), cujo pai está desaparecido.

AnteriorPróxima Alessandra Meniconzi, vencedora da categoria Novos Talentos — Portfólio, capturou a vida dos Nenets, na Sibéria.   As imagens do prêmio Fotógrafo de Viagem do Ano 2012 estão expostas na Royal Geographical Society, em Kensington, Londres, de 12 de julho a 18 de agosto. www.tpoty.com

AnteriorPróxima Alessandra Meniconzi, vencedora da categoria Novos Talentos — Portfólio, capturou a vida dos Nenets, na Sibéria. As imagens do prêmio Fotógrafo de Viagem do Ano 2012 estão expostas na Royal Geographical Society, em Kensington, Londres, de 12 de julho a 18 de agosto. www.tpoty.com

Fotografias que fizeram história

Fotografias que fizeram história

Photographer Dario Mitidieri’s traditional portraits of refugees highlight one crucial factor – those who are absent because of the war. He tells Joanna Moorhead why war is all about families

Photographer Dario Mitidieri’s traditional portraits of refugees highlight one crucial factor – those who are absent because of the war. He tells Joanna Moorhead why war is all about families

Le palmarès du World Press Photo 2016 – L’OEIL DU VISEURCORENTIN FOHLEN (France), 2ème prix catégorie Actualités (image seule). Le 11 janvier 2015, des milliers de personnes descendent dans les rues de Paris. Une manifestation organisée après les attentats qui ont notamment frappé le journal satirique Charlie Hebdo. / World Press Photo / Corentin Fohlen / Keystone

Le palmarès du World Press Photo 2016 – L’OEIL DU VISEURCORENTIN FOHLEN (France), 2ème prix catégorie Actualités (image seule). Le 11 janvier 2015, des milliers de personnes descendent dans les rues de Paris. Une manifestation organisée après les attentats qui ont notamment frappé le journal satirique Charlie Hebdo. / World Press Photo / Corentin Fohlen / Keystone

After a lot of deliberation, and a lot of Instagram perusing, we can now proudly unveil Martin Parr's six favourite photos of London, as taken by you lot and as featured in the Barbican's new 'Strange and Familiar' exhibition

After a lot of deliberation, and a lot of Instagram perusing, we can now proudly unveil Martin Parr's six favourite photos of London, as taken by you lot and as featured in the Barbican's new 'Strange and Familiar' exhibition

Contests | World Press Photo - 1963 - Malcolm W. Browne. A photo of Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc setting himself ablaze in Saigon was awarded the World Press Photo of the Year 1963. The haunting image, which acquired iconic status over time, preceded the Vietnam War that was to dominate World Press Photo for many years to come.

Contests | World Press Photo - 1963 - Malcolm W. Browne. A photo of Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc setting himself ablaze in Saigon was awarded the World Press Photo of the Year 1963. The haunting image, which acquired iconic status over time, preceded the Vietnam War that was to dominate World Press Photo for many years to come.

'A Life in Death' de Nancy Borowick (EEUU)

'A Life in Death' de Nancy Borowick (EEUU)

The Hepworth Wakefield is delighted to present a new commission and major survey exhibition by British photographer Martin Parr.  The Rhubarb Triangle & Other Stories is the largest Martin Parr exhibition in the UK since his Barbican retrospective in 2002, comprising more than 300 photographs that span the past 40 years.

The Hepworth Wakefield is delighted to present a new commission and major survey exhibition by British photographer Martin Parr. The Rhubarb Triangle & Other Stories is the largest Martin Parr exhibition in the UK since his Barbican retrospective in 2002, comprising more than 300 photographs that span the past 40 years.

Fabrice Monteiro, 'The Missing Link, Joe,' 2014, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Fabrice Monteiro, 'The Missing Link, Joe,' 2014, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

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