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Child labor – Lewis Hine

Lewis W. Hine (1874 – 1940) was an American sociologist and photographer. Working as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), Lewis Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. 

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Subcultures – Matúš Zajac

Matúš Zajac (*1971) has got the art education at FAMU in Prague and at the Academy of Fine Arts and design in Bratislava where he was fully interested in documentary photography in atelier of Ľubo Stacho. He finished studies in 2003. Consciously he links the document with visual […]

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Russian village – Alexandra Demenkova

Alexandra Demenkova (*1980) is russian photographer devoted to social documentary photography, currently based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. “Although I asked my parents to buy me a camera at the age of nine, I only got my first camera at the age of nineteen. I’m happy that photography has happened to […]

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Hidden world of periphery – Andrej Reiser

Andrej Reiser (*1949) is slovak photographer known more abroad than in his home country. He touches a sensitive subjects. He photographed the transsexual men working as prostitutes in Germany’s harbour city Hamburg in the late 1970s. The resulting images are in a way a documentary photographer’s dream, having […]

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In March 2012 his debut book “DEAD TRAFFIC” was released by Dienacht Publishing in conjunction with a solo exhibition at the Freelens Gallery in Hamburg. He is represented by the Italian photo agency Prospekt and currently lives in London.

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