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Una excepcional obra de arte que te forzará a salir a la calle y empezar a disparar fotografías.
Rebekah has spent more than 50 years trying to recover from the traumatic events that marked her life.
Disfigured with industrial acid by neighbours, relatives or boyfriends-husbands for economic reasons or insane jealousy.
Two friends who strive to create a more equitable world by supporting local communities with limited means of development.
Looking down your shoes or dealing with daily abuse. People living in poverty.
A global marketing war has been waged and we ourselves are the means of transmission.
Homo sapiens is disappearing and a new evolutionary ladder rules our era.
Afghan refugee who spends his time photographing, portraying and sharing the lives of thousands of refugees.
From the moment of the rape onwards, almost all her works would have a vindictive backlash about female power and empowerment, showing strong women.
The Internet is a liquid that envelops us and impregnates us with violence and banality.
Killing death: Artificial intelligence to suffocate mourning and the possibilities of an automaton accompaniment