05.04.16 by Staff

Photography Series Captures Aftermath of Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

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Retrace Our Steps is a long-term project by French photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bressio that explores how notions of “home” change in the face of disaster, documenting residents evacuated during the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster five years ago as they revisit the places that were once so familiar. More images below.

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Retrace Our Steps Project Website

Carlos Ayesta’s Website

Guillaume Bressio’s Website

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29.04.17 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Love Lundell

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28.04.17 by Staff

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28.04.17 by Staff

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28.04.17 by Staff

“Pollination” by Artist Amy Spassov

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