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FEATURED MARCO NEGRI ITALY

#35

NOVEMBER | 2016


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CONTRIBUTORS

Albert Gracia, Alessandro Bocchi, Amos Photography Poland, Angee Manns, Antonio E. Ojeda, Arnaud Bathiard, BecherArt, Carmen Spitznagel, Carmine Chiriaco, Damian Piorko, Dmitry Chapala, Elzbieta Wenda, Enrico Burani, Francesco Del Bravo, Francisco Gonรงalves, Giuseppe Mazzarolo, Halina Sikora, Hans Severin, Hugo Augusto, Hugo Santos, Juergen Lechner, Karolina Wawrzyniak, Ksenia Cieslik, Lucilla Visani, Marco Negri, Mariano Belmar Torrecilla, Masaki Kai, Michele Massafra, Oleg Kozheltsev, Paulina Jowita Koltun, Robert Coppa, Roxanne McCool, Vincenzo Saputo.

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CONTENTS

06 Marco Negri Italy

21 Selected Photos Authors


MARCO NEGRI I T A LY

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FAVELA - THE LAST BORDER

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FAVELA THE LAST BORDER in the street in front of the House. “The truth is that if a kid is black, poor and favelado, is destined to die, because we live in a racist country and genocide.

In Brazil it is as if the ground was more permeable than elsewhere. As if to absorb the blood faster. Before leaving that someone may wonder where it came from or why flood the streets of the country more than any other nation at war. While “Samba, fined and futebol”, help draw attention away from the slaughter, from oozing of death which puts the South American giant’s world ranking of murders.

The preconception, he says, is cheap. A young black rich man who lives in an exclusive neighborhood, should walk around with a sign informing about its good economic condition. So would avoid ending up in the sights of other blacks, the poor and the favela; those who must die “, always identified as criminals or border line. The problem in Brazil is very serious and has its roots in the colonial slave culture that has kept intact some dogmas until today.

For every hundred murders that occur in the world, 13 were recorded in Brazil, says the who. On average one every 10 minutes. Between 2012 and 2015 has never fallen below the 58 thousand. Over the past five years, the killings in Brazil have been in practice more than twice that of contemporary conflict in Syria. The national and international public opinion is outraged not. Even in the face of a Victimology, outlining a genocídio profiles. “Some 58 thousand dead of 2012, 30,000 were young people aged between 15 and 29 years. Of these, 70% were black males “by Amnesty International. “When a suburban mother and sees the teenage son leaving home, lives with anguish every minute.”

“In spite of more than a hundred years ago there was the abolition of slavery, racism still permeates the culture of society,” said without hesitation the Chairman of the protection of the rights of blacks in the State of Rio de Janeiro, Luiz Eduardo Oliveira Negrogum “and this is evident especially in the structures that should ensure safety and protection of rights. The tip of the iceberg of racism is – in fact-the extermination of young black men.“

The son of Monica Cunha, now an activist of the “Rede de Comunidades contra a violência”, was killed

Text by Luigi Spera

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SELECTED PHOTOS AUTHORS


MARIANO BELMAR TORRECILLA LA SILLA

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HUGO AUGUSTO PA RQU E N ATUR AL SIN TR A-CASCAIS

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HUGO SANTOS M IN D TH E G AP

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BECHERART B E AFR AID O F N OTH IN G

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ARNAUD BATHIARD S O U T H O F T HE B O R D ER , WEST O F TH E SUN , B R IT TAN Y

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FRANCISCO GONÇALVES T H E H O LE

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OLEG KOZHELTSEV G H O STS B R ID G E

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JUERGEN LECHNER LIG H T H O USE

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VINCENZO SAPUTO T HE SM ILE O F T H E SO UL

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MASAKI KAI ZEB R A

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ANTONIO E. OJEDA LA CAVER N A

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HANS SEVERIN ....

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ALE SSANDRO BOCCHI ...

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CARMINE CHIRIACO SP EEDY B US

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PAULINA JOWITA KOLTUN LOST IN VER B ICAR O

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ALBERT GRACIA QUAD R ES

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ROXANNE MCCOOL I TO L D YO U… I D O N ’ T WAN T TO TALK! M O DEL: JACO B M CCO O L

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KAROLINA WAWRZYNIAK B ATH

ANGEE MANNS T H E M UD P UD D LE 39


ENRICO BURANI LO ST IN SUB UR B S 40


FRANCESCO DEL BRAVO DAN S LA CH AM B R E

GIUSEPPE MAZZAROLO T H E VEN US G AR D EN M O DEL: CH IAR A G AR B IN 41


KSENIA CIESLIK M O R N IN G H AZE

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AMOS PHOTOGRAPHY POLAND WIN D O F CH AN G E M O DEL: KASAN D R A ZAWAL

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DAMIAN PIORKO H ID D EN FEAR

HALINA SIKORA O LA M O DE L :O L A AN KE | ECM AN AG EM EN T 44


ELZBIETA WENDA D AN CE M Y SO UL 45


DMITRY CHAPALA ....

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LUCILLA VISANI TH E WAIT

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MICHELE MASSAFRA A D AY WITH ER IKA

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ROBERT COPPA B O N N IE M O DEL: B O N N IE JAQUELIN E MUA: AM Y CAP ED A M A K E U P A RT IST STYLIN G : JESSICA R O LFE

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CARMEN SPITZNAGEL L I C HT ST UB EN - M EM O R IES

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