Stories about Photography from September, 2016
Luxury ‘Mosquito-Sized’ Flats Are Not Good News for Hong Kong's Poor
"I believe that this is not only a problem related to poverty, but also a significant social problem."
‘No Embarrassment’ Photo Exhibition in Moscow Ends Early Under Pressure From Conservative Activists
Conservative activists pressured the Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography in Moscow to close Jock Sturges' photo exhibition, arguing that his work violated Russia's laws against child pornography.
A Former Street Child in Mumbai Builds a Cafe-Cum-Library for Homeless Youth
"I sold books for nearly three years to collect funds to set up this cafe. We will always be open to street children and never reject their entry..."
One Syrian Photographer's Last Letter to the World
Shamel Al-Ahmad was a photographer from Aleppo who chose to stay behind to tell his city's story to the world. This was his last letter.
Kyrgyzstan's ‘Jailoos’ Are More Than Mere Mountain Meadows. They Are a Way of Life.
Welcome to the magical place where many people in the Central Asian country still spend their summers.
Japan's Most Astonishing Summer Festival
One of Japan's most impressive summer festivals involves dancing, drums and giant floats that make for irresistible Instagram uploads.