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NYC Artists Over 60
Sep 10, 2019
Established in 1972, New York’s Carter-Burden gallery only represents and exhibits the work of artists who are over the age of 60. This unusual policy was put in place to address industry bias against older emerging artists.
On assignment for AARP, Jerome Sessini photographed six Carter-Burden artists in their workspaces.
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Central American Migrant Caravan
Feb 6, 2019
On October 12th a large group on Central American migrants left Honduras and began its trek north, largely on foot. Fleeing poverty and gang-generated violence, thousands formed into “caravans” which provide more protection than traveling alone or in smaller groups. Three weeks later they arrived in Mexico City where aid workers directed this caravan of 5,000 into the Jesus Martinez stadium, where...
Opiate Addiction in America, Chapter Two: Philadelphia's Forgotten
Jul 24, 2018
Kensington, North-East Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Back in the 50's, the neighborhood was a thriving workers’ enclave nationally famous for creating hats, cigars, and a stable blue-collar life.
Nowadays, more than half the population lives below the poverty line, 2.5 times the rate of the rest of Philadelphia. For decades, Kensington is a destination from afar, the country for heroin users, where...
Opiate Addiction in America, Chapter One: A Heroin Story in Ohio
Jun 12, 2018
“The heroin doesn’t discriminate… poor, rich, women, men, black or white, for all it’s the same hell.”
I met Kay (not her real name) in the first LGBT “Sober House” in Cleveland. The house, a sanctuary for recovering drug addicts was opened back in July 2017 by Tony Correa, a former user himself. Those who come to the house have to quit using drugs altogether, it’s a space where they can get away from...
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July 17, 2014. Crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
May 29, 2018
On the afternoon of July 17th 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disintegrated over eastern Ukraine resulting in the death of all 298 passengers and crew. At the time of the crash, the Ukrainian army and the pro-Russian separatists, then opposed in the Donbass War, accused each other of having shot down the aircraft. After 4 years of investigation the "Buk" missile that shot down the Boeing has been...