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we are working tirelessly to keep you informed on all of our platforms we're all in this together and together making sure you stay safe everyone and stacy stay safe stay safe please stay safe. during the 40 years. that have become a footballer for buying an ink my life inside the waves
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off the story in my pictures a little bit off just moments ago they need. to . save us here also gado has a distinctive unique way of seeing the world you know all its beauty and brutality . his work has been exhibited internationally collected in numerous books and he's also been the subject of an acclaimed documentary film. at the 2019 frankfurt book fair the brazilian for talk of her was awarded the peace prize of a german book trade. spend encounter with the legendary photojournalist. sebastiaan so god. had the fortitude to see so
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many things to put simply to solving things that made my life that it which. if was the sceptical i would say like it. in 2019 a photograph is scary news e.-m. in stockholm hosted the exhibition gold curated by star god knows wife lady. it features the iconic photographs as our god who took in the syrup are not a gold mine in brazil in 1906 over 30 years ago. black and white they have a timeless almost biblical quality. gripped by gold fever more than $50000.00 young men toiled in the mine 70 metres below ground usually caked in mud. the working and living conditions at what was then the world's largest open gold deposits were appalling.
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the men were suspicious of outsiders bizarre gado gained their trust. i spent 35 days and i miev to speak i sleep with that i eat what they eat and i became then that means i would therefore they wanted to leave it with this guy in that allowed me to do cedars off because. there was a lot of drinking and violence at the mine. police were often called to the scene. the policeman was just at the head present the tip of the state if you are. the walker you hold in the kind of off the rifle but the point is smith has a gun in the other hand we have to finger prick test it for shot that the that they
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walk here they're not happy. this is a pit but sometimes they fire it's of i will take you. $44.00 the youngest of 8 children and the only son so got a grew up in his parents cattle farm in south preserve in the middle of the rain forest. as a teenager he left and went to school in the city of victoria. there he met then fell in love with lady are. they married and moved to san paulo where they became active in left wing politics opposing the repressive military dictatorship that had come to power in a coup in 1964. their friends disappeared some more tortured some more murdered. in 1969 the couple fled to paris so god who began working for international aid projects but then one day they came home with
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a camera and his life changed. the 1st the polder see that they do control my life long 1971 the 1st time my wife told the camera to made the pictures of architecture because why students in architecting dismal end. i took the 1st picture in my life i look for i do find it often got better from this moment to everything truslow my life and i started to discuss with my wife i had a proposition to gold the washington will walk in the world above it that. for most we discuss i would be economy so i become a football to them all that said the football for wings and we went back the bias i stopped my life of football for in the. other that i had to wait for the baby. began a sports center wedding photos portraits. he had
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a family to support. his son giuliano who is today a filmmaker was born in 1974. roderigo was born in 1979. so i got to realize that for tankers he was his vocation while on assignment in africa as an economist. it was also then that his enduring fascination with the continent was born. africa is a continent very close to mine a continent. you see. one who could be met by fall for it and didn't back off if it began much you want to be out that just 150 meter new years ago but just one place off i go. but in america on talk of and
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plus between a. good the 17th century the beginning of the 19th. meanings of offer he goes to brussels in a moment to have more black population brazuca than indian or. white to hold the gaze of people in brasil and that the flu itself awful give us a spike to be that means when they go walking off of the home in for me awfully god is doing most sophisticated of the whole continent we have before to defend into it that we have put us 5 us human being nice nice call 68 sophistication coaches language and aspects of human aspect of racists in the us as it feasible point to a few weeks on foot in case of a is filed by law but. in the course of his career is our god who has
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traveled all over africa and completed some 40 for congress the series there. in the mid 1980 s. he accompanied the aid organization doctors without borders to the drought stricken so i have a region where famine and military conflict had turned thousands of people into refugees. he spent over a year in mali ethiopia chan and sudan documenting their suffering and their dignity. the experience ultimately inspired one of saigon his most seminal projects exodus. a searing account of exiles migrants and refugees. the photographer journeyed the world to document in the desperate forced mass movement of people around the globe.
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women in afghanistan. migration to cities in india. and this man from former yugoslavia. as an exile from his own country so i got her why done to fires with their plight. what does your biography mean for your photography. is it important that you come from brazil is it to have the experience as a refugee to live in far way from home i was an activist to politics lefties to young bad octave used to i made the many waves on a stop to. the student in economy social science and that when they came out the rest of. the day that the become a photographer obese was inside the being obese is my head it
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and i think of my photography is not that them an activist that them a social football for that i am. a fault the recall is nothing this is because i love photography because i photographed it what that goal did that was important politically. so see a live human and that what i love what i i. i so for me. my photography it's my way of life is much more than that a feeling that the head of the tribe is my language of and i think they'll go to odysseus the star that the navy flew for over. time and time again as he travels through places devastated by crisis and war sour gotto comes across children. often they're looking for a new home often they're looking for their parents always there ones who suffer most they're the subject of another series children.
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1904 was another turning point for us i got on in rwanda he witnessed the aftermath of the genocide it was carnage millions of displaced people bodies heaped by the side of the road the stark evidence of what humans are capable of doing to another made him sick psychologically physically. so i got to return to his parents abandoned farm in the brazilian rain forest to his horror little remained of the lush landscape he'd left behind. the trees e remembered were almost completely gone. his wife nearly a proposed to be able to land and replant the forest the couple founded the instituto terra. and with the help of experts and local workers they replanted nearly 3000000 trees over the next 15 years.
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the restored forests include 290 different species while over 170 bird species of returned along with pumas and leopards. the land made a miraculous recovery. and sowed in south gado. but the rain forest is burning almost 500000 hectares were destroyed in august 29th deemed. many deliberately ignited to clear the forest for farming and cattle ranching.
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and what happens in a muzzle on is that a special in the last 50 s. we destroy a lot of homicide we destroy evolved to 19 per cent of the amazon in leicester. that means the k'naan commodity that you have before brazil for all the water that is upright that part model of it going to meet is displaying the thought of a moderate just right on the. button now after that mr bush for not having to follow and pursue them all crack the electorate is not addicted to dictate to india but his position in direction of promise on us is to this try to trace
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warping of space for agriculture to open a space for the production off so you're being soft meat to offer these things that if we are not you don't need war because it was enough so your for old days. i believe that we must go all together and just let the brazilians in 1st shape brazil nuts back by all the planet we must create a movement to stop destruction we must state stop the movement to protect these zenon tribes in the muscle and we have. about 169 in 2 people in brazilian i'm a son in brazilian i'm a zone is very important book is about 65 percent of all i'm a zone it is in brazil all these emergency we have not to be protector we have
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about 183 groups of indian m and so on and if they were never contact never they are ours from 2000 years before 5000 years before they are in the dungeon to lose their forest to lose their way of life to be destroyed and discovered to be this is really a major disaster. god knows spend several months of the year in brazil. but they have no intention of returning for good. he spent 11 years. away from brazil because it was not possible go back. dick that the ship was that it had a lot of friends of what that process innate in brazil and he's staying friends in
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begin of the apes picked up the ship finish was supposed to go back and does want to have our kids in for us would have one child with that the has down's syndrome and if race took to the forehead take up the kids in front of a so so well but bear that in brazil not that we take a decision to stay because our son and we love the frappes is a counter that to receive us so well we are also french and after that we started to split our life between brazil and france and a way out of that it had been. so best yasar gado returned to brazil to recover and to help the nature he grew up with recover. and also to document the vital importance of the natural environment ultimately this is what led him to what might be his most ambitious project ever his epic series genesis.
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the project looks a bust joe saw gado 2 pristine corners of the world visiting indigenous tribes whose way of life is still traditional. capturing human communities. landscapes. and wildlife in his signature x. monochrome imagery. the wiffle ball of the 1st finger we must be of no other person can be a foot of you must have
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a play for the big players before the growth to be there to walk with delight walk all the plans with the composition photography is a start to go language piece that will run out in your must have a piece in the you must. the place to be. so shuffled off the people pee wee people that there is stars but that. 5th an enormous amount of preparation goes into his trips he spends months researching and planning his roots. these days he takes an assistant with him. his son giuliano is also accompanied him filming his father at work. together they visited wrangel island in siberia his arctic ocean course it must use a god old photograph the walrus breeding ground. it's bitterly cold here
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the walrus is apt to be approached cautiously been there might be polar bears on the prowl. but son goto is undeterred by danger. watching the photographer at work it's clear how much thought goes into his pictures. the perfection of his compositions doesn't happen by chance.
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in this german film director of him vendors conducted extensive interviews with sa gado. he juxtaposed their conversations with julian knows footage and star got those photographs to make the biographical documentary the salt of the earth. released in 2014 it garnered a number of awards and helped bring the work of sebastiaan sagar over to a wider public. business. i was especially fascinated by how much he knows about the places he goes to. he amasses himself in his some generals. he's not a tourist not a visitor to this he doesn't just show up and start taking pictures. he spends weeks and months there getting to know the people that he met with this
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approach he sort of and his right to tell their stories and they step up. when game gets and stuff. wherever he goes or god treats his subjects with utmost respect. nature people their traditions and culture back here in papua new guinea where he photographed indigenous tribes whose traditions are endangered. the a. semester also yarrow has explored the depths of what mankind can do. but he remains an optimist hopeful that the world can change for the better. you never lose your abilities you see i do not lose it. i don't lose it also might energy and. no no no is see the human animal.
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is a political animal we are all polluted. we are all full sun and we've decided that we are the most important for all our summa east's 2 feet so he died at the end community then he is we are whole in that he sees my football the good the at. what's happening that is my life if was not said the boy you beat this up the same thing again. you take a photo in a fraction of a 2nd zagano was said but you need time to arrive there. time commitment experience and internet curiosity. some critics have said that he has status size is suffering but his pictures are
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too beautiful. so got no says he simply chronicles what he sees. firefighters battling an inferno in kuwait's oil fields. men blinded by gold fever risking their lives. if it were. a photographer from sweden from german approach. i had another view of the planet was that they were looking from here to solve off the planet for the poor but i born in brazil you when i show depict us like news what it is not the to provoke. a conflict in the course sets off no one
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is on the show on the side of my side of the war. in a career that spanned 50 years sebastiaan sound gotto has found beauty and barbarity and shown us a world in which much has been lost but where much can still be saved a message to future generations. but he sees what he does as a dying craft for having won. a big in that business isn't a standing about football but it's what are we out of doing that we've descended from is not photography. is a new language of communication the person made the decision to communicate send that one not the end knows a design is not in bottom for then take a huge amount off because. the late today and to someone this one they cherish telephone and they lose this bit to photography is another thing
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photography is the memory you see when your father or mother take a picture off you wonder what a babe in a went to the bone of the city to develop if you made the does mo album and to speak to is your life that photograph that the brain to that the beaches tell these stories that is really the memory of a society the photography is the means of the society is a very recent way of communication photography has how many years a little bit more than a of that the and photography most probably would disappear is not the shame it is like you do that that the history of. his passion and commitment are unparalleled. for his most recent project he spent years in the amazon working on a series of images sent to be published in 2021. talking to sebastiano so i gotto. and contemplating his extraordinary images it seems
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impossible that photography will ever disappear. he is indeed compiling our memories.
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on t.w. . it's a deadly sin. and the whim of nature. it motivates us. and threatens to ruin us. greed. be insatiable desire. that drives our. interests in danger it's been one gig now i've come to oppose council as a more because i see the harm is done to the world while south of a chunk of if the top. why are we greedy. go in search of answers documentary film. greed starts may 21st c.w. . british
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prime minister boris johnson addresses the nation after 7 weeks of lockdown but if anyone with respect expecting a rapid enter restrictions they'll be disappointed with the 2nd highest death toll in the world the u.k. is cautious also coming up on the show. germany keeps a close eye on infection rates amid loosening lockdown measures. and slaughterhouses put the spotlight on living conditions for contract workers from eastern europe. and drawing up for the only game in town.


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