A young Kenyan woman holds her pet deer in Mombassa, March 1909.Photograph by Underwood and Underwood
Argentine gauchos race across a lake near Beron de Astrada, November 1980.Photograph by O. Louis Mazzatenta, National Geographic
Here are some of Diego Ravier’s images on African albinism, after spending three months in Africa on assignment with Order of Malta, who sent him to document floods in Burkina Faso. During his stay, the French non-profit also asked him to feature doctors who work with Albinos and as his original assignment completed, he turned his attention to the albinos themselves, a group of people often seen as outcasts in a country where a genetic disorder that creates pale white skin is viewed superstitiously by fellow Africans who make Albinos the subject of economic, physical and social turmoil.
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Mañana sábado 5 de octubre a las 11hs en el Patio Andaluz del Rosedal de Palermo.
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Foto ilustrativa de la nota “Borges y Sabato juntos por primera vez”, publicada en la portada de la Revista Gente, nº 499 el 13 de febrero de 1975
Our Eyes In Space
One of the greatest videos on YouTube
Hermoso video. Muy conmovedor.
i was looking up historically accurate clothing as a bit of art inspiration and found the online museum of saudi arabian costume.
there’s a bunch more gems just like these and they’re all so beautiful and unique. there’s also great information about the clothing, too, such as how they were made, who wore them, what fabrics were used, what the different parts of the costumes were called, etc. just a really fun and informative site and i thought i would share my find.
Recorrido cultural por Buenos Aires.
La foto del Teatro Colón corresponde al concierto de la Orquesta Filarmonica de Israel, dirigida por Zubin Mehta, el sábado 24 de agosto.
I. Rhapsody in Blue, George Gershwin, Marcos Madrigal al piano
II. Sinfonía 5, Gustav Mahler
Con Rhapsody le pifiaron a un par de notas y, a mi parecer, la percusión resaltaba demasiado para los que estamos acostumbrados a las grabaciones mas difundidas. Igual estuvo muy bueno, como siempre.