FLOW’s Book du Jour: Gordon Parks | The Flavio Story

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This book explores a once-popular picture story by Gordon Parks and the extraordinary chain of events it prompted. Published in Life magazine in June 1961 as “Poverty: Freedom’s Fearful Foe,” this empathetic photo-essay profiled the da Silva family, living in a hillside … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Magnum’s First

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Magnum Photos, founded in 1947 by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Georges Rodger, David “Chim” Seymour and Bill Vandivert, is one of the most famous photography agencies in the world. Until recently, an exhibition curated by L. Fritz Gruber for the … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Christopher Herwig | Soviet Bus Stops – Volume II

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On the heels of his bestselling Soviet Bus Stops, photographer Christopher Herwig locates fresh wonders of the Soviet vernacular in Georgia, Ukraine and Russia itself After the popular and critical success of his first book, Soviet Bus Stops, photographer Christopher Herwig has … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Martin Parr | Think of Scotland

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The visual iconography of Scotland—Highland games, stunning landscapes, bagpipers—transformed by Parr into the outlandish and unfamiliar Martin Parr has been taking photographs of Scotland for more than 25 years. From tourists on the rainy streets of Edinburgh to agricultural shows … Continued

FLOW – ON SHOW: Alex Zalewska | Ubuntu

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The most recent photography project by Alex Zalewska called Ubuntu was shot in the township outside Johannesburg called Warrville and explores post-apartheid life in black communities. It celebrates the spirit and strength of South Africans who face endemic violence, extreme economic hardship, and racism that … Continued

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