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Harry Callahan. “Eleanor & Barbara”.

Harry Callahan. “Eleanor & Barbara”.

Anselm Kiefer. “Ich halte alle Indien in meiner Hand”. 1995.

Anselm Kiefer. “Ich halte alle Indien in meiner Hand”. 1995.

Alex Webb. “Istanbul: City of a Hundred Names - Outside of the Blue Mosque during Ramadan (Sultanahmet)”. 2001. Istanbul, Turkey.

Alex Webb. “Istanbul: City of a Hundred Names - Outside of the Blue Mosque during Ramadan (Sultanahmet)”. 2001. Istanbul, Turkey.

Alvin Langdon Coburn. “Vortograph”. 1916.

Alvin Langdon Coburn. “Vortograph”. 1916.

Chien-Chi Chang. “Untitled (Chinatown)”. New York, NY, USA.

Chien-Chi Chang. “Untitled (Chinatown)”. New York, NY, USA.

Eugène Atget. “Une fille de la rue Asselin”. 1921. Paris, France.

Eugène Atget. “Une fille de la rue Asselin”. 1921. Paris, France.

GMB Akash. “Statelessness in Bangladesh: The Biharis - Life in close proximity to animals, coupled with poor basic amenities, means there is a high likelihood of disease, especially for the elderly”. 2006. Bangladesh. (UNHCR).

GMB Akash. “Statelessness in Bangladesh: The Biharis - Life in close proximity to animals, coupled with poor basic amenities, means there is a high likelihood of disease, especially for the elderly”. 2006. Bangladesh. (UNHCR).

Alfred Eisenstaedt. “Portrait of a Mother and Child in an Atomic Wasteland (Four months after the American B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6, 1945, killing roughly 70,000 men, women and children outright and dooming tens of thousands more to either a torturous recovery or a slow death by radiation poisoning, burns or other lethal injuries and afflictions)”. 1945. Hiroshima, Chūgoku, Honshu, Japan. (Life).

Alfred Eisenstaedt. “Portrait of a Mother and Child in an Atomic Wasteland (Four months after the American B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, on August 6, 1945, killing roughly 70,000 men, women and children outright and dooming tens of thousands more to either a torturous recovery or a slow death by radiation poisoning, burns or other lethal injuries and afflictions)”. 1945. Hiroshima, Chūgoku, Honshu, Japan. (Life).

Charles Gatewood. “Wall Street (Untitled)”. 1975. New York, NY, USA.

Charles Gatewood. “Wall Street (Untitled)”. 1975. New York, NY, USA.

Claude Cahun. “Autoportrait (Self-portrait)”. 1929. (Claude Cahun).

Claude Cahun. “Autoportrait (Self-portrait)”. 1929. (Claude Cahun).

Abelardo Morell. “Camera Obscura: View of Florence Looking Northwest Inside Bedroom”. 2009. Florence, Tuscany, Italy.

Abelardo Morell. “Camera Obscura: View of Florence Looking Northwest Inside Bedroom”. 2009. Florence, Tuscany, Italy.

Gjon Mili. “Cats (Portrait of Blackie, Gjon Mili’s cat)”. 1943. New York, NY, USA. (Life).

Gjon Mili. “Cats (Portrait of Blackie, Gjon Mili’s cat)”. 1943. New York, NY, USA. (Life).

Imogen Cunningham. “Snake in Bucket”. 1929. USA.

Imogen Cunningham. “Snake in Bucket”. 1929. USA.

David Burnett. “Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame, at home”. 2005. Washington, D.C., USA. (Joseph C. Wilson & Valerie Plame).

David Burnett. “Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame, at home”. 2005. Washington, D.C., USA. (Joseph C. Wilson & Valerie Plame).

Danny Lyon. “Civil Rights Series - A street in Albany”. 1962. Albany, GA, USA.

Danny Lyon. “Civil Rights Series - A street in Albany”. 1962. Albany, GA, USA.