This series is a body of staged photographs based around the language used during the Brexit campaign.

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Artist Marisol Mendes delves into who she is in relation to her female lineage in her series Madre. The experience is a return to the womb, a journey back to her motherland in Bolivia, where the representation of women remains whitewashed, unidimensional and phallocentric despite its rich loom of femininity.

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Magnum Photos is an international cooperation of photographers founded in 1947 by the famous photographers Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson and David Seymour. The cooperative has acquired a status of mythical proportions and is still perceived as the highest achievement for some young photographers.  

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This ongoing series observes the workings and politics of local governance in the setting of the small Himalayan state of Sikkim, which was once a monarchy before it was annexed by India in 1975.

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The Sea and Jewelry by Japanese photographer Yoshi Okamoto gives us a glimpse into the world of tears and heartbreak through an informal and above all, very intimate and vulnerable lens.

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In his series The Raw Lifestyle of Hostel Dwellers, photographer Mpumelelo Buthelezi depicts and captures the mood and the evolving lifestyle inside the Nance Field Hostel in Soweto, Johannesburg.

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This encouragement award is an initiative of Cultural Forum Schiedam and offers a stipend to three Dutch photographers. This stipend is attached to an assignment to produce new work within the theme of social change in the city.

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