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Dawn Mander Reporting From Blackpool, England | LOCKDOWN 2 | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer Dawn Mander is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  To see Dawn’s body of work, click on any image.         Blackpool, a town full of color, noise and vibrant life has like every other coastal towns suffered irreparable economic loss and…

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COVID-19’s Unfading Presence Hovering Like A Ghost | Coronavirus’ Days

  Street Photographer and Visual Artist Federico Righi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Covid 19 — The Social Distancing’.  To see Federico ’s body of work, click on any image.           Covid 19 — The Social Distancing…

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Abdul Hameed Reporting From Bahrain | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer Abdul Hameed is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Shia Pilgrims Avoid Gatherings In Bahrain’.  To see Abdul’s body of work, click on any image.         With Bahrain seeing an increase with Covid patients from the past 9…

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Lockdown Child | Coronavirus’ Days

  Conceptual and Documentary Photographer Anindita Roy is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Loneliness’.  To see Anindita’s body of work, click on any image.         From the beginning of this year we started using veils on our faces to…

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Marc Shoul Reporting From Johannesburg, South Africa | Coronavirus’ Days

  Documentary Photographer Marc Shoul is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project  ‘Time Between’.  To see Marc’s body of work, click on any image.         “The Storm is Upon Us” – President Ramaphosa   Covid slipped into South Africa while it…

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Bishnu Goenka Reporting From Kolkata | Coronavirus’ Days

  Street Photographer Bishnu Goenka is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Pandemic: Streets Of Kolkata’.  To see Bishnu’s body of work, click on any photograph.       While the nation dwells with the virus, people slowly have started adjusting to the…

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Turning Color Back On | COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer Fatima-Tuj- Johora is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the series  ‘Mind’s Eye’.  To see Fatima’s body of work, click on any image.           This series represents many things to me during the pandemic. In these strange countless days,…

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Only In America | Politics, Protection & Stupidity | COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days

  We all have responsibility Some take it seriously Others not so much Givers Takers  Ignorance Compliance Pandemic floating in the thin air Wear a mask  or Do not care   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation,…

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“…from a kaleidoscope of sights and sounds to darkness and silence” | Coronavirus’ Days | New York City

  Street Photographer Nina Welch-Kling is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Darker Days’.  To see Nina’s body of work, click on any image.           March 21, 2020 marked the Spring of a different kind – New York City…

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Jürgen Warschun Reporting From Dominican Republic | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer Jürgen Warschun is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this street/documentary photography.  To see Jürgen’s body of work, click on any image.           The Dominican Republic is visited by about six million holiday makers each year, but in March 2020 all tourists went…

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Personal Protective Equipment Conceptual Stories | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer Sergio Camplone is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Pandemic Preparation Techniques: 1-Quarantine’.  To see Sergio’s body of work, click on any image.           Now more than ever, we are experiencing such a strong time dilation. Quarantine…

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Dawn Mander Reporting From Blackpool, England | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer Dawn Mander is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Socially Isolating in Blackpool’.  To see Dawn’s body of work, click on any image.         Blackpool, The Hardest Working Coastal Town in UK. I have always loved Blackpool ,…

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Paul Bielicky Reporting From Vancouver, Canada | Coronavirus’ Days

  Visual Storyteller Paul Bielicky is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘VANCOUVER COVID-19 PROJECT’.  To see Paul’s body of work, click on any image.         With the Coronavirus hitting Vancouver for the past few weeks, the city is increasing cleaning…

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Storytelling With Home Stills While Sheltered In Place | Coronavirus’ Days

  Portrait, Fashion, and Fine Arts Photographer Stefania Piccolo is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Conceptual Isolation’.  To see Stefania’s body of work, click on any image.       “Conceptual Isolation” is a journey into the events and emotions of these…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | With Time To Spare, Are Americans Sleeping More?

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Americans are sleeping less under quarantine even though they now have the time to enjoy more zzz’s. The anxiety over been trapped at home and the speculations surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic is the main reason 48% of Americans are reporting problems falling…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Too Much Time On Your Hands? How About Facing Your Messy Garage?

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Peace in the castle during quarantine depends on the activities one or many can master.  Whether you are home with your mate or with a family of eight, keeping the mood from going sour is paramount. “What are we going to…

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Ian Kydd’Miller Reporting From Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Coronavirus’ Days

  Documentary Photographer Ian Kydd’Miller is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  To see Ian’s body of work, click on any image.     Living amid the Covid 19 virus in Cambodia seems to have changed little the way people are living. Guidance for the people, some…

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Home Stills While Sheltered In Place | Coronavirus’ Days

  Photographer and Professor Jeremiah Gilbert is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the  ‘Shelter-in-Place Still Lifes’ series.  To see Jeremiah’s body of work, click on any photograph.           On March 19, California Governor Gavin Newsom became the first United States governor…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Organize How You Eat & Stretch The Time Between Grocery Store Trips

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Many of us got use to have our groceries delivered to our door, while others hire a personal shopper or use curbside pick up available at the nearest Wal-Mart store.  These conveniences are being interrupted by the Coronavirus Pandemic. I found…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Ways To Reduce Boredom and Chaos At Home

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Is home resembling a coocoo’s den? Keeping busy is the key to mentally surviving this Coronavirus’ Pandemic. The order we had tried so hard to keep in our lives is turning into anarchy. But instead of struggling to keep the course,…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | I Hate My Mate

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   A couple we knew years ago was able to synchronize their two weeks’ vacation. “I’m dreading spending all this time with my husband, we never took more than a weekend together during our entire marriage”. Nina said. The time off went…

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Coronavirus COVID-19 | The Stimulus Package

  Will this be a repeat? Of The Great Recession With Terrified Population Beaks open Accepting Policymakers Tidbits While Full plates of Filet mignon & Lobster Open-handedly Passed on to Fat Cats of Industry & Finance   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or…

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Coronavirus-COVID-19 | The Financial Meltdown

  Everything at this point is on the table economically. Spin the crystal ball round and round. Economists and financial wizards are scratching their heads trying to figure out how far to the ground.  The amount of extra debt that America is taking on is going to put the country…

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Coronavirus-COVID-19 | Reemergence of Faith and/or Philosophy

  Do you believe? Some do and some do not! Because of the rapid spread of the negative consequences of coronavirus (COVID-19) there will be a major uptick in folks coming back or for the first time to some type of faith. This could be in the form of organized…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Did Trump and Lawmakers Just Sit On It?

  The Washington Post reports U.S. intelligence warned President Trump and lawmakers about coronavirus likely pandemic in January and February. Why did President Trump not act sooner in preparing for the coming health and economic cyclone? The Washington Post article HERE.               BACK TO…

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Every Nation For Itself

  Nationalism will become stronger because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Each country will move swiftly and forcefully to protect only their interests and damn the other guys. The seeds of protectionism are planted and will continue to sprout even after the virus is gone. Future trade agreements will suffer and…

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Coronavirus-COVID-19 | The Rotational Mindset

  Coronavirus (COVID-19) will cause long lasting, maybe even lifelong changes in many people’s behavior. The negative economic impact thus far is stunning.  Are the days of spend ,spend, spend, and maxing out credit cards over? The housing bubble and Great Recession did not seem to halt overconsumption, but this…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Splitting The Load In The Household

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Last week you were the parent working from home that most of the time was able with the help of pre-washed, pre-packaged, and pre-cooked wonders have dinner on the table by the end of the day. With a tap of a…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Destructive Behavior

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   It is common to reward or numb ourselves with a cigarette, alcohol, and drugs of many kinds. Activities such as gambling, online porn, and sex escapades are also a normal thing to do when one feels happiness or despair. In normal…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Acclimating At Home

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   The ability to compartmentalize life is vital when normality is taken away. The Coronavirus’ Pandemic has temporarily removed large parts of existence. We must retain control over our sanity, as without it we cannot separate reality from anxiety, help the ones…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | Trapped

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Our living spaces and personalities will shape the harshness of our quarantines.  Confinement in a household with a yard is tolerable, while being trapped with others in a one window studio not so much.  Outdoorsy individuals will develop moments of claustrophobia…

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COVID-19 | Coronavirus’ Days | The Confusion

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Under the understanding that natural disasters and harsh weather will do us in ‘à la carte’; humans are now faced with the new challenge of (collective) isolation. Rapid radical changes, even though temporary, come with tremendous confusion and anxiety. Being asked…

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Prepping For Coronavirus

  Damn right We are preppers Six months food on hand Kitchen cabinets Full of carefully marked cans Solar panels on the roof Giant sized chicken coop Grow most of our fruit & vegetable perishable food All emergency supplies needed Preparations completed Every night  Me and the Mrs. Watch the news…

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The Historical Omissions Of Injustice Behind The Country’s Façade Of Equality | Re-Creating The White House China

  Artist Kathleen Clark is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the book/project ‘The White House China’.  To see Kathleen’s body of work, click on any image.           The White House China is a book of photographic and mixed media reconstructions…

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Square Monochromes

  Artwork By Bharat Patel   Square Monochromes PORTFOLIO   On View     ABOUT The NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY is designed to connect art seekers and collectors with artists DIRECTLY.  The gallery is not a mall, but instead a collection of remarkable works of art that bring together artists and potential…

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Daily Life | Kardamaina, Greece

  Photographer Monk Theodor is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the series ‘KARDAMAINA’.  To see Monk’s body of work, click on any photograph.                     All images © Monk Theodor     See also: Epiphany | KARDAMAINA…

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Life Under Street Lights

  Portrait and Documentary Photographer Bart Koetsier is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Taillights Fade’.  To see Bart’s body of work, click on any image.             Just like a moth is attracted to a candle, Bart Koetsier…

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Polar Region Hidden Stories

  Artwork By KIILIII YUYAN   Polar Stories PORTFOLIO   On View     ABOUT The NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY is designed to connect art seekers and collectors with artists DIRECTLY.  The gallery is not a mall, but instead a collection of remarkable works of art that bring together artists and potential…

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Life’s Moments | Texas & Arizona | 1980s

  Three-time nominee for the Pulitzer Prize in Photography, Documentary Photographer Joe Patronite is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  To see Joe’s body of work, click on any photograph. The images here are from the early days of Joe Patronite’s career in daily news photography/photojournalism.  Patronite…

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Revealing The Metaphysics Of Nature

  Photographer Egor Fedosov is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Haiku’ series.  To see Egor’s body of work, click on any photograph.       The series is inspired by the literary imagery of Japanese hokku. The peculiarities of Japanese versification – metaphoricity, understatement…

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Without Disturbances

  Artwork By Lorenzo Linthout   “The architecture is sublimated in the images implying spaces that should be inhabited but that appear here as tracks of a printed circuit board, united by a refined and linear design, through a work of photographic deprivation, subtraction and negation, to bring them back…

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“Bitch”

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   The Power of “Bitch”   The meaning and usage of the word “bitch” is worth considering. Today, what is the male equivalent of the word “bitch”? some might say “boss,” many…

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Nightlife | Observing Nonverbal Codes

  Photographer Rafael Arocha is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘MEDIANOCHE ’.  To see Rafael’s body of work, click on any image.         In this photographic work night-time is the stage on which courtship becomes almost a ritual. MEDIANOCHE…

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EnSemble

  Artwork By Jaime Travezán   EnSemble PORTFOLIO   On View     ABOUT The NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY is designed to connect art seekers and collectors with artists DIRECTLY.  The gallery is not a mall, but instead a collection of remarkable works of art that bring together artists and potential…

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An Artist’s Story | Holocaust, Family & Art

  Artist Geoffrey Laurence is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this essay.  From ‘THE HOLOCAUST SERIES’.  To see Geoffrey’s body of work, click on any image.         In writing about the reasoning behind my making the ongoing series of paintings that form under the heading…

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DRAMA

  Artwork By César Ayllón   “My work has a definite purpose. To transmit through my paintings the characters that I want to represent who are buffoonish, lonely, contemplative and to a certain extent dramatic.” “Through my paintings I go beyond the obvious to discover symbolism in the human aspect of…

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The Impact Of Bartering During A Pandemic

  Photographers Fabiola Cedillo , Alessandro Bo and Fernanda García @ DINA Photography Group are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributors of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘BARTER | Alternative for subsistence in pandemic’.  To see Alessandro’s body of work, click on any image.   This work was supported by the National…

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Through The Looking-Glass

  Photographer LiliRoze is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Abimes’ series.  To see Lili’s body of work, click on any photograph.     An intimate journey, through the Looking-Glass. Forget about shores Deploy skylines Still escapes…                …

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A Single Line

  Artwork By Polly Chandler   You Build It Up, You Wreck It Down   “The Series in this body of work is a collection of narratives based on my personal interpretations of the music and lyrics by the singer-song writer, Tom Waits. Over the past many years I have…

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Germination

  Visual Artist  Kate Yashta  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the project ‘GERMINATION’.  To see Kate’s body of work, click on any photograph.           Pointless germination of bizarre ties. It breaks through the skin, bursting out, digging in with its…

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The Kings & Queens Of Bayview-Hunters Point

  Photographer Kirk Crippens is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The Point’.  To see Kirk ’s body of work, click on any image.           In 2010 I was invited to take photographs in Bayview-Hunters Point, a neighborhood at…

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Street Photography | Greece

  Photographer Constantinos Alpha is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  To see Constantinos’ body of work, click on any photograph.                     All images © Constantinos Alpha     See also: Black & Whites By Constantinos Alpha  …

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Gender & Technology

Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Confronting Gendered Dualistic Concepts: Feminism and Technology   Have you ever wondered what makes you human? Is it the mind or the body that makes us human? These questions are related to…

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Between Purity & Macabre

  Artwork By SnowSkull   “He portrays the contrast between the purity of the snow and the macabre definition of the skull, showing the light (life) and darkness (death) in his work. It’s interesting that people’s perception of the skull are usually negative and related to death. Whereas SnowSkull believes…

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Are We Reaching Further To Connect While Missing Out On Life Around Us? Your Mobile Phone: Friend Or Foe?

  Travel and Documentary Photographer Bharat Patel is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Mobile Dependence’.  To see Bharat’s body of work, click on any image.         These series of images of people were taken at bus stops as they…

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Motherhood In Modern Society

  Photographer Hester Jones is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From ‘CALL YOURSELF A MOTHER’ series.  To see Hester’s body of work, click on any image.       “You do not have to be clever, and you do not even have to think if…

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Doomed To Destruction

  Artwork By Artūras Tamašauskas   “…I use things that are no longer needed by anyone or fragments of them, which can be found in scrap metal shops or flea markets. Thanks to my imagination, they take on a new form, as if they are reincarnated, transformed and become a…

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The Real Value Of Things

  Photo-Based Artist Marina Font is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this photo essay.  From   ‘THE WEIGHT OF THINGS’ series.  To see Marina’s body of work, click on any image.         What happens when the weight of something is determined by other attributes? How much…

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Saint Petersburg | Daily Life

  Photographer Jean-Luc Bertini is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the  ‘SAINT-PETERSBURG’ series.  To see Jean-Luc’s body of work, click on any photograph.                     All images © Jean-Luc Bertini     See also: AMERICAN PORTRAITS By…

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The Border That Binds Man To Nature

  Artwork By Luc Andrieux   “I want to provoke a feeling of attraction towards nature, the unknown, the mystery, the dreamlike. For me nature is a symbol, it is sacred and bears within it the traces of something that goes beyond it and speaks to that part of ourselves…

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The Disappearing Rural Market | Norfolk, England

  Photographer Ben Elwes is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book ‘Monday Market’.  To see Ben’s body of work, click on any image.           Monday Market captures aspects of the type of rural market that is now less prevalent across…

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Loneliness & Solitude | A Decade-Long Journey Through America

  Written and Photographed by Jean-luc Bertini   Mirror Effect – Text from the book American Solitudes In summer 2008, I spent two months driving around the Northeast USA, thinking all the time of my mother’s death, which happened virtually the day before I left. I was devastated and yet…

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The Mood Of The Moment

  Artwork By DANIEL CASTONGUAY    “Being a street photographer is above all playing a role in the urban life framework, contribute to its vivacity, its pace and almost belonging to a chaotic scenario. To me, street photography is more than a “picture making business“, it’s being part of a continuous…

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Feminism | Then & Now

Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   To Feminism or Not to Feminism: Problems with the word “feminism”   Recently, the word “feminism” has become a hot topic as many find it implies more negative connotations than positive. Those…

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US Presidential Election 2016 | “a critical moment of change in American history”

  Written and Photographed Ben Elwes   Divided States A Photographic Journey to the Heart of the US Presidential Election 2016 (31st October – 7th December) Winner of the International Photography Award 2020 Professional Book |  Documentary Category   As a British photographer, partly based in Mexico, I had always…

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Norah

  Artwork By BARBARA ASLAMAZI   “Norah is a fictional character, which is painted in a way to give her an ability to express herself. My wish as a painter is to  initiate in a people a desire to #careforNorah”   Norah PORTFOLIO By BARBARA ASLAMAZI On View NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY…

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Sculptures

  NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     A space created to connect artists DIRECTLY with potential buyers. The gallery is not a mall, but a place where one can reach the art creator without an intermediary or extra cost.    TENGIZ SEPIASHVILI (SEPO) PORTFOLIO       NO MIDDLEMAN ART…

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Unapologetic Shades Of Queer

  Photographer iO Tillett Wright is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait/documentary photography.  From the book ‘Self Evident Truths: 10,000 Portraits of Queer America’.   Click on any image for more info on iO Tillett’s ‘SELF EVIDENT TRUTHS’.           In the spirit of Richard…

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Red Willow

  Cinematographer and Photographer Dimitris Lambridis is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘RED WILLOW’.  To see Dimitris’ body of work, click on any image.           “Red Willow” is the name of the Native American tribe of Pueblo Indians…

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Stop Violence Against Women

  Documentary Photographer Md. Shamim Shahnewaz is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Stop Violence Against Women’.  To see Md. Shamim’s body of work, click on any image.         Violence against women is a major human rights issue all over…

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“God writes down everything we do”

  Travel and Documentary Photographer Bharat Patel is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘God Writes Down Everything’.  To see Bharat’s body of work, click on any image.           I am of Indian parentage. When I was very young…

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Featured Art Exhibitions | NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY

  NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     A space created to connect artists DIRECTLY with potential buyers. The gallery is not a mall, but a place where one can reach the art creator without an intermediary or extra cost.                  Edge of Humanity…

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“After the stroke, everything changed.”

  Portrait and Documentary Photographer Ali Smith is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘ After the Stroke’.  To see Ali’s body of work, click on any image.         My dad had been so rebellious, so unmanageable, so difficult for…

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Hijra | Bangladesh’s Third Gender

  Photojournalist  Zabed Hasnain Chowdhury  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Neither Man nor Woman’.  To see Zabed’s body of work, click on any image.           In Bangladesh transgender people are treated brutally because they do not have…

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Social Allegories

  Artwork By VINCENT LACROIX   A Parisian painter at the confluence of the “surrealist”, “expressionist” and “pop art” movements. Expressionist in substance, because the expression transforms the painter’s inner turmoil into a rather corrosive existential and societal message, although a form of humor sometimes appears in the final work. In…

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From Mothers To Witches | Exploring Traditional Female Roles In Literature

Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues Chinese Malaysian, American Literature at Osaka University, Japan.   Traditional Female Roles in Literature: An Introduction   In the earliest works of literature, the basic roles of females are frequently determined through their relation to men. The submissive ones were rewarded…

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The Beauty Of Decay

  NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     A space created to connect artists DIRECTLY with potential buyers. The gallery is not a mall, but a place where one can reach the art creator without an intermediary or extra cost.    The Beauty Of Decay PORTFOLIO By SHINYA MASUDA    …

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Dhaka | People & Their Quotidian Lives

  Photographer Sayem Hasan is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  To see Sayem’s body of work, click on any image.                     All images © Sayem Hasan         Edge of Humanity Magazine is an independent…

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Clothing | How to Minimize Production, Consumption & Disposal | Yumenoshima, Japan

  Photographer Maki Hayashida is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the ongoing project ‘BEFORE THROWN AWAY.  To see Maki’s body of work, click on any image.   On March 14th, 2020 At studio   On March 14th, 2020 At studio   On March 14th,…

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Abstract Landscape

  NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     A space created to connect artists DIRECTLY with potential buyers. The gallery is not a mall, but a place where one can reach the art creator without an intermediary or extra cost.    Abstract Landscape PORTFOLIO Artwork By Irina Laube   “Irina is…

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The Struggles In Communities Living With Crime & Violence | La Polvorilla & Pancho Villa

  Ethno-Photographer Héctor Adolfo Quintanar is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘El Barrio Bravo’.  To see Héctor’s body of work, click on any image.           Drug trafficking, armed robbery and kidnappings makes Iztapalapa one of the most violent…

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Between The Society Of The Living & The Realm Of The Dead | Funeral Shops | Greece

  Photographer Yorgos Karailias is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this documentary photography.  From the project ‘boaTmen’.  To see Yorgos’ body of work, click on any image.           The funeral offices in Greece, numerous and fully integrated in modern commercialized society, look at first…

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Lost America

  Artwork By MATTHEW PORTCH   Lost America examines a quiet stillness in a forgotten landscape that is, in a sense: ‘on-pause’. Backwater towns and rural corners are juxtaposed with the ambiguity of detached suburbia. Places appear frozen in time, their inhabitants absent or long since departed. Ardently stagnant in their appearance,…

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“…her best and most beautiful flashes of life…”

  Documentary Photographer and Political Scientist Aaron Gonzalez is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Last Breath’.  To see Aaron’s body of work, click on any image.           In 2017, my grandmother Clara became seriously ill with pneumonia. As…

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The Growing Tension Between Muslims & Christians In Georgia

  Portrait and Documentary Photographer Hossein Fardinfard is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘THE LOST IDENTITY’.  To see Hossein’s body of work, click on any image.           In the rural regions of the country of Georgia, poor economic…

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NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY | New Artworks | Fragments On Canvas

  NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY     A space created to connect artists DIRECTLY with potential buyers. The gallery is not a mall, but a place where one can reach the art creator without an intermediary or extra cost.    Fragments on Canvas PORTFOLIO Artwork By Paolo Avanzi “According to the…

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Hannover, Germany | Street Photography

  Photographer Mathias Müller  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the project ‘Road’.  To see Mathias’s body of work, click on any photograph.                     All images © Mathias Müller     See also: Street By Mathias…

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“…surrounded by the smell of tobacco and sorcerers’ smoke.”

  Photographer Dolores Medel is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘THE BOTTOM OF THE SHADOW ’.  To see Dolores’s body of work, click on any image.           The stories I was told by my parents when I was…

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Feeling The Rain

  Artwork By ALESSIO TREROTOLI   “The rain washes memories off the sidewalk of life”, Woody Allen said in an old movie. Raindrops, like in a blues song, fall with a repetitive but fascinating rhythm, awakening, as they were called in XVII century, the “blue demons”: a suffused sensation of melancholia.…

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The Final Event

  Artwork By Matthias Koch   The series Eschaton presented here was created by the German photographer Matthias Koch in dialogue with the French philosopher Claude Molzino. It is a by-product of the numerous conversations held during the preparation of a book and exhibition project. Impermanence, transience, change of epoch, but also alienation, alienation…

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Religion & Science

  Photographer Madhur Dhingra is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the book/project ‘Entangled | Chapter #1 | Śūnyatā ( སྟོང་པ་ཉིད ) – The Ultimate Void ’.  To see Madhur ’s body of work, click on any image.     These images are a part…

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Life’s Inevitable Changes

  Photographer Alexandros Vrettakos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Eternal Recurrence’.  To see Alexandros’ body of work, click on any image.           Life on our planet, as it evolves, is characterized by cyclicality in the form of…

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Earth’s Unstoppable Changes & The Stillness Of The Moon

  Photographer , Filmmaker and Visual Artist  Mark Hamilton Gruchy is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘The Moon Revisited.  To see Mark’s body of work, click on any image.           I have spent the last 18 months reworking…

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“a woman who bowed to no man or woman and courageously lived her life as she saw fit.”

  THOSE WHO DANCE by Josephine Sacabo   THOSE WHO DANCE tells the story of Nahui Olin, an incomparable woman born into and later expelled from Mexico’s high society in the early 20th century, who was both artist and muse to the likes of Diego Rivera and Edward Weston. Sacabo’s…

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