Most of us who visit concerts mainly do so to see their favorite acts playing on stage, but do we ever look at our fellow concertgoers? Though this isn’t what we buy our tickets for, RAW’s Anne-Marie Dimanche will show us that there’s great value in looking around more often instead of just listening; we might get a glimpse of the transcending powers of music.
The first world is pictured as a place free of pollution, insecurity, and problems. While the Netherlands’ environmental policies are great, Marth Echevarria felt that individuals have become complacent because of this. With this photo series, she hopes to break the clean illusion by capturing the waste of Amsterdam.
Photography can be much more than just a way of capturing the world around us. Jasmijn Doorgeest used her camera as a ‘gateway into conversations with locals’ to learn about Vietnam’s culture and people. She tells us a story of temples, mountains, rice fields and windy bus rides but most importantly of the people she met on the way. Experience Vietnam through a series of portraits.
Geïnspireerd door het boek The Bell Jar, waarin schrijfster Sylvia Plath worstelt met haar depressie, legt RAW-fotograaf Muzi Ndiweni geestelijke gezondheidsproblemen vast op beeld. In lijn met de overheidscampagne ‘Hey, het is oké!’ hoopt Ndiweni hiermee het gesprek over depressies op gang te krijgen.