Dec 28, 2002-- Brazilian photographer Sebastio Salgado believes that an image can inform and transform; and he's travlled to five continents to show how. Fast action photography is easy these days but Salgado captures the slower, more decisive motions that produce millions of refugees in Africa, Asia and the Balkans or the millions that move to packed cities of Asia and Latin America due to lack of work ... a portrait of "the reorganization of the human family" caused by war, famine and whiplashings of the global economy: (784 reads)
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If mourning is denied outlet, the result will be suffering.
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