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PRIVATE Photo Review
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an international magazine of photographs, an independent and itinerant publication that offers its photographic journey since 1992
an international magazine of photographs, an independent and itinerant publication that offers its photographic journey since 1992

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Amazing Rapa’i Dance, photo essay by Muhammad Hidayat, Indonesia.

Rapa’i, dance an ethnic dance from Aceh, Indonesia, is characterized by the heavy use of a native tambourine, accompanied by pronounced head and body movements.

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ZONA, photo essay by Nuno Moreira. An attempt to look into these dark corners of the human mind.

ZONA plunges deeply into the unconscious by visually giving form to recurrent dreams and explorations on interior landscapes.

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Jakarta, I love to see how people reaction. "Look around, alone", photo essay by Johnny Kurniawan.

I love to see how people reaction if they are alone, i always thinking what are they thinking when they walking alone across the road…

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Some of his photographs have become iconic.

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A Touch of Humanity, photo essay by Saikat Chakraborty

These photos reveal a journey of an ordinary underprivileged man and his extraordinary heart. A father of six, a thief who takes care of 35 street dogs of his colony.

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Back to the vision, feel the soul, photo essay by Yongning Qian

Return to the essence of visual art, experience the dialogue and feelings between the mind and nature.

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The French Mélanie Wenger, and Britain’s Laura Pannack were awarded this week with the HSBC Prize for Photography 2017.

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The Audiences, photo essay by Tomi Saputra

A collection of photos from the moment of live music, not about how the artist doing the show with all his stage action, but how the atmosphere when it is enjoyed.

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A Tale of an Eastern Himalayan Hamlet, photo essay by Saikat Chakraborty

Reliving my days in the tiny Eastern Himalayan hamlet Tumling which points out the connection between man and nature. Capturing this connection through the landscapes.

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Le photographe Bernard Descamps expose à la galerie le lieu à Lorient.
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