In The Spotlight


Mathieu Asselin: Monsanto – A Photographic Investigation

Posted  August 18, 2014  by  Manik Katyal

USA -  My photographic project investigates key milestones in Monsanto’s 100 years history by documenting communities whose lives were dramatically affected by unscrupulous policies of this corporation. During the last two years I’ve extensively travelled around the United States. I went to Alabama, West Virginia and Missouri to document communities located in the areas contaminated […]

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Art & Culture

Kanako Sato: Kaleidoscope

Posted  August 16, 2014  by  Emaho Magazine

Japan -  The calm surface of the water – it is the most beautiful mirror that is made by nature. It does not only reflect the scenery of the land but also the inside the water if you look up at the surface in the water. It was about two years ago in the ocean […]

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Eamonn Doyle: “i”

Posted  August 11, 2014  by  Manik Katyal

Ireland –   I started photographing in and around Dublin city centre in the late 1980s, but I took something of a hiatus from photography in the late 1990s in order to concentrate on music. Returning to photography in recent years, I set out to work with what I knew. As a long-term resident of […]

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David Favrod: GAIJIN

Posted  August 6, 2014  by  Manik Katyal

Japan -  GAIJIN – Japanese word meaning the foreigner. My name is David Takashi Favrod. I was born on the 2nd of July 1982 in Kobe, of a Japanese mother and a Swiss father.When I was 6 months old, my parents decided to come and live in Switzerland, more precisely in Vionnaz, a little village […]

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Tanya Habjouqa: Occupied Pleasures of Palestine

Posted  August 4, 2014  by  Manik Katyal

Palestine –   Occupied Pleasures, from Gaza and across the Occupied Territories, was taken just last summer. It explored how the people I encountered utilized a love for life, perseverance, and sharp sense of humor to survive the daily indignities of a 47-year occupation. It is acutely painful to watch what is happening now. Every […]

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Slip-n-sliding down tomato filled streets

Splatter Parade

Spain - When you are less than five feet tall, it is evident you don’t stand much chance in a stampede. That is what my fir...
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Natural Causes have Surreal Effects

U.S.A. - When you first glance at some of Shay Kun‘s works, they look digitally manipulated, constructed in the form of...
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Emaho and Sam Harris Documentary photography workshop

 India- “BACK TO SCHOOL” The five day documentary photography workshop organised by Team Emaho and Sam Harris as the men...
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Identity Critical : Javed Iqbal

India - Formally an investigate reporter for the New Indian Express, Javed Iqbal is a freelance journalist who is known for h...
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Behind the Black Veil : Ronny Sen

India - Ronny Sen, Kolkata, India is an independent photographer who has worked with some of the biggest national and interna...
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Beirut Sound Sniper : Zeid Hamdan

Lebanon - The greatest and most powerful revolutions often start very quietly, hidden in the shadows and inexplicably at plac...
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Dell TVC Graphics

Textured Time Travelling

India-    Vivid elements, golden tinges and intricate surface texturing blend together under the hand of Bangalore base...
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Erieko Koga - Asakusa Zenzai

The photo whisperer : Yumi Goto

Japan -  Yumi Goto has helped many of the world’s photography festivals to be presented in the light they deserve. She wit...
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DJ Mo City, Mr Herbalist, Diggy Dang

Stepping it up : Reggae Rajahs

India -  Diggy Dang, DJ MoCity (Iraq’s first Soundboy) and Mr Herbalist-are the aliases that point to the arrival of d...
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