Photoville Fotografen 2021

Solmaz Daryani

IN DESERT OF WETLANDS Iran is suffering from a socio-economic drought, where water demand exceeds the natural water supply. My country is facing a severe and protracted water crisis and desertification, as lakes and rivers once-fertile, become barren. The Hamoun wetlands, located in the largest Iranian province, Sistan-Balouchestan in southeastern Iran, are transboundary wetlands on…

River Claure

WARAWAR WAWA River Claure (b. 1997, Bolivia) is a freelance photographer, designer and visual artist. He graduated with a degree in Performing Arts, Graphic Design, and Visual Communication, and he studied Contemporary Photography at the International Centre of Photography and Cinematography, EFTI, Madrid, Spain. He was a winner of the Eduardo Abaroa Nacional Award, Bolivia,…

Adrian L. Burrell

MAMA’S BABIES My grandmother had 16 children, 58 grandchildren, 112 great-grandchildren, 158 great-great-grandchildren. She’s 94, and has been in Oakland, California, since 1945. Mama’s Babies takes a look at my family’s migration from sharecropping farms in Louisiana, to Oakland, California. We developed vast networks of extended family centered on matriarchal figures. I combine my photography, and my…

Roy Baizan

MOTT HAVEN Mott Haven is a neighborhood in the South Bronx made up of residential houses, NYCHA Projects, and an industrial waterfront that is ground zero for the gentrification of the Bronx. Largely made up of Latinx and Black residents with a culture defined by multiple generations, the current population of 52,000 is being challenged today…