PHOTO REPORTS

Oil in Eden: Pollution and Impunity in Tabasco

Once mythologized as the sacred nationalist symbol of modern Mexico's self-determination, Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) is hobbling towards unknown territory. Plummeting oil prices have made of the historic opening of Mexico's oil fields to private investment into a...

The Battles for Karachi

With a population exceeding twenty million, Karachi is one of the largest cities in the world. It is also one of the most violent of these megacities. Since the mid-1980s, Karachi has endured endemic political conflict and violence, which...

No Trespassing

This series is the result of a work that started in 2009 and focused on the fragmentation of the Palestinian territory, more precisely on the ever-increasing restrictions hindering the daily life of the Palestinians and threatening their...

Transnistria, A Living Museum

The USSR’s collapse in 1991 gave rise to various conflicts and tensions amongst the young states which emerged from the Soviet Union. In Central Asia, Eastern Europe and the Caucasus, a consensus was formed not to question the borders...

Shutka: The Roma Capital

The Roma ‘Gypsies’ began moving out of Northern India more than 2000 years ago, spreading throughout Europe, the Middle East and northern Africa. Now numbering around 15 million, they face discrimination and live on the outskirts of society...

Komalah Mountains

Since 1991, the semi-autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan has enjoyed relative stability, enhanced by the American intervention in 2003, of which they are the primary beneficiaries. Thanks to unprecedented economic development that has...

Komalah Mountains

Since 1991, the semi-autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan has enjoyed relative stability, enhanced by the American intervention in 2003, of which they are the primary beneficiaries. Thanks to unprecedented economic development that has...

Iraqi Christians

Kidnapping, hostage taking, executions, bombings have punctuated the lives of Christians in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein. Their only  solution is to escape. Thanks to its apparent stability, Iraqi Kurdistan is often their first...