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Wed 19.8.

SOCIAL INEQUALITY, AS SEEN FROM THE SKY

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Mumbai, India

With his dramatic aerial images, photographer Johnny Miller brings into sharp focus the invisible lines which divide some urban communities – lines that are sometimes harder to recognise at ground level.

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Thu 6.8.

PUBLIC SPACES: PLACES OF PROTEST, EXPRESSION AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.08.2020 - Tagged as:

Martyrs’ Square, Beirut. Image © Rami Rizk

Public spaces have always played a central role in human life. They provide the setting for public expression in all its forms – from civic celebrations to street protests – and how they are designed usually speaks to the type of regime they represent. Text by Christele Harrouk

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