Nina Berman has already published two monographs, dedicated to war, the value of life and provoking to speculate on militarization and patriotism. Now her new book, “An Autobiography Of Miss Wish” is a haunting story of a sex trafficking victim.
The statistics show that prejudice on women filmmakers proves itself: a number of female film graduates is equal to male but only 5% women work in Hollywood as film directors. These eight women managed to crush the wall and prove others that they deserve admiration.
What are the toughest issues, which immigrants and their kids are facing after moving to another country? Carolina Arantes, a Brazilian independent photographer tries to illustrate this question with her project about the first generation of Afro-French woman living in Paris.
An interview with Yulia Vanifatieva, who is telling about the basis and development of "Pink Power", the projects which are included in the concept, and different work experience in Russia and USA.
LGBT artists like Andy Warhol, Janis Joplin and Morrisey are objects of tense discussions in terms of contemporary art. However, their bright personalities cast gloom on underrecognized gay artists who also form up modern culture. These eight featured artists deserve to be known.
Wafia Al-Rikabi was born in Netherland in Arab and Dutch family and now based in Australia. She escaped from Syrian Refugee Crisis and had globalized upbringing, all of this help create her outstanding music style.
We are all born different. Sometimes our body fails, and the disease seems to take complete control of our existence. People from the list below show by their example that even with such autoimmune disease as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) one can continue to lead a...
Social entrepreneurship has acquired a second wind in Africa. Here, many want to bear social responsibility, but without support of an experienced mentor such initiatives can not last long. Redbull set an example by launching the Amaphiko Academy, a program that helps businesses stay afloat.
The exhibition organized in the leading museum of modern art in 1955 was initially intended to bring people together by provoking empathy. Although the project was understood in a different way, it received worldwide response in discussions and debates which are still up-to-date.