Sven Fennema photographs the triumph of nature: ivy penetrates castle walls, roots create upheaval in the church. Sven travels all over Europe to see and chronicle how nature is transforming abandoned sites.
During the boom years of the coal industry, Joseph Stoffels delighted in photographing all things coal-related. Hundreds of his photos from this era are on display in a former mine-turned-cultural complex.
With its deserted bunkers, abandoned barracks and ghostly hospital ruins, Berlin is a magnet for urban explorers who seek out abandoned places and time-travel through the German capital's Cold War past.
A new Adolf de Meyer photography retrospective sheds light on a storied and innovative fin-de-siècle artist who paved the way for the likes of Helmut Newton — and whose life reads like a gossip column.
Fiji was once synonymous with a tropical paradise. But global warming and severe storms are now threatening the very existence of the islands. Fiji-born photographer Aaron March captures the fragile nature of his home.
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