This month’s fantastic issue is dedicated to the fascinating subject “CULTURE.” In this issue, you will find unique projects of ancient cultures and ‘almost lost’ civilizations from around the globe.

Mark Edward Harris focuses on the Wabi-Sabi and the Japanese Aesthetic. Biljana Jurukovski exhibits her fantastic project, “Culture of the Mursi tribe.” Joe Buergi presents two unique stories: Pakistan Kabaddi Wrestlers and the Turkana in Kenya.
Aga Szydlik presents her unique project, “Faces of the Inca. ” Paul C. Miller is exhibiting his fantastic project about the preservation and revival of the Native American culture. Meital Dor covered the unique, touching story of “Zewdi” and the Ethiopian culture. José Jeuland presents a collection of images from his travels to India, and Jeff DePonte features his project “Streets Without Borders,” taken in Cambodia. All of this, along with magnificent projects of professional photographers from around the globe.

Featured Photographers
Mark Edward Harris, Biljana Jurukovski , Aljohara Jeje, Aga Szydlik, Meital Dor, Robi Chakraborty, Paul C. Miller, Joe Buergi, José Jeuland, Jeff DePonte

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