The environment: a pressing subject to which the world of photography is paying more and more attention. The photographers have addressed the theme with very different approaches. On the one hand, the investigation and the denouncement of the consequences, often dramatic and irreversible, of climate changes and unsustainable growth that has destroyed habitats and ecosystems and endangered several species. On the other, the search for the beauty of nature and the celebration of it. As stated by Joe Sartore, one of the most committed photographers on the environmental front, photography is a very powerful tool, “capable of showing environmental problems as nothing else can and it can bring people to worry about it “.
What idea has the XXI century of the body and how is it reflected in current photographic works? The curator Nathalie Herscdorfer collected in a book 360 sintense and emblematic images, synthesis of the many ways in which we love, hate or transform our outer shell. And she told us about it in an interview.
A ten-year photographic documentation about the global tobacco industry and its devastating impact on society and the environment. In the interview, the author speaks about the project, which has become a book.
Michele Borzoni tells us about his latest book, Workforce: the project aims to open a window on the most critical and least explored aspects of contemporary work. A completely new jobs scenario, whose iconography differs greatly from that traditionally associated with the idea of production.
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