Dreaming of Westgate, Westgate Blvd/Algonquin Park - July/August 2012
Fuck Baseball, Peterborough, ON - August 2012
My Grandmother, Stockton, Calif.
Between 1975-1979, 1.7 million Cambodians—a third of the country’s population— perished during the Killing Fields, one of the most horrific state-sponsored genocides of the twentieth century. In the years since, over 150,000 Cambodians displaced in refugee camps along the Thai-Cambodian border resettled in the United States.
My immediate family is among the survivors.
Pete Pin, a Magnum Foundation Fellow, has been photographing Cambodian communities across the United States. He is now raising funds to continue this work. Support his Kickstarter project here, and come out to see Pete speak at the Half King on Sept. 18.
See more of Pete’s work on LightBox.
Sept. 2, 2012. A Free Syrian Army fighter rests in exhaustion after heavy fighting in Aleppo, Syria.
From an eruption on the sun and the death of Rev. Sun Myung Moon in South Korea to Redhead Day in the Netherlands and students heading back to school around the world, TIME presents the best images of the week.
See more photos here.
Pool designed by Alain Capeilleres in Le Brusc, France, 1976 (Martine Franck—Magnum)
Magnum photographer Martine Franck, who recently passed away at age 74, is remembered for both her strong documentary and portrait work and her role as the co-founder and president of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation.
Read more about her life and a selection of her work here.
- peaceful in white
Here is something else I’ve shot recently. This is Carina. Took her portrait in the studio. Finally I have a moment to work on some images and post it here.
I just left Colombia a few hours ago. I now find myself in Quito, Ecuador. If you’re curious as to my latest whereabouts, follow me on Instagram @joaocanziani