Documentary Photography

Rescued Chickens at Home with Their People – Fine Art Photography Article

Rescued Chickens at Home with Their People Valencia Jayne Alexa and Maddie The animal caregiver and activist Maddie Cartwright smelled the barn before she entered it. She’d been urgently called to a bankrupt factory farm, where tens of thousands of chicks waited to be saved or killed. Inside, she found wounded, weak, and freezing chickens, huddled together for warmth beside the bodies of their already-dead companions. Some were blind; many were dying.  Cartwright, working alongside sanctuary workers and local volunteers,…

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Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Madame d’Ora, One of the 20th Century’s Leading Woman Photographers – Fine Art Photography Article

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Madame d’Ora, One of the 20th Century’s Leading Woman Photographers Madame D’Ora, Self-portrait of the photographer d’Ora, 1929 © ullstein bild collection, Photography Madame d’Ora, ullstein bild collection Madame d’Ora, Actress Grete Jacobson in a house dress from the Wiener Werksta?tte, 1917. © ullstein bild collection, Photography Madame d’Ora, ullstein bild collection. Following her death in 1963, Dora Kallmus, the photographer who went by the name Madame d’Ora fell into obscurity for decades. It…

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Tender Portraits of People Living with HIV Today – Fine Art Photography Article

Tender Portraits of People Living with HIV Today Raju, Mumbai, December 2012 Maureen, London Cazu, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Although HIV is no longer the death sentence it once was, the stigma of the disease still impacts some 38 million people around the world living with it today. The specter of fear informed ignorance casts a long shadow that is hard to shake, its ruthless brutality wreaking havoc on vulnerable populations in its wake. “My father called me on the…

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Dawoud Bey’s Powerful Portrait of Black America Over Half a Century – Fine Art Photography Article

Dawoud Bey’s Powerful Portrait of Black America Over Half a Century Three Women at a Parade, Harlem NY (1978) A Woman at Convent Avenue Baptist Church, Harlem NY (1977) A Man in a Bowler Hat, Harlem NY (1976) On January 18, 1969, during the height of the Black Arts Movement in America, Thomas P.F. Hoving, then Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and curator Allon Schoener mounted Harlem on My Mind: Cultural Capital of Black America, 1900-1968, a three…

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The Destruction of the Amazon in Photos – Fine Art Photography Article

The Destruction of the Amazon in Photos Jenipapo dos Vieiras, Maranhão – 2019. Paulo Paulino (25), a.k.a Lobo Mau (“bad wolf”), was killed on November 1st 2019 in an ambush by illegal loggers inside the Arariboia Indigenous Land. He was a member of the Guajajara forest guard in Maranhão state. For several towns in the surrounding region, the local economy is based largely on illegal timber and irregular sawmills provide jobs for poor, unskilled workers. Indigenous activists who confront logging…

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