Tomorrow, Sebastian Liste will join a panel of photographers including Larry Towell, Paolo Pellegrin, and Steve McCurry at the opening of an exhibition of their photographs at La Galerie de l’Instant in Paris.
Caption: SALVADOR DE BAHIA, BRAZIL – DECEMBER 13, 2009: A woman smokes during a Candomble celebration in a favela in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil. Candomble is an Afro-Brazilian religion which mixes animist beliefs brought by slaves from Africa with Catholicism introduced by Portuguese colonizers. (Photo by Sebastian Liste/Reportage by Getty Images)
Amazon Indians from the Xingu, Tapajos and Teles Pires river basins invade the main construction site of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam site in protest against the dam’s construction, in Vitoria do Xingu, near Altamira in Para State on May 2, 2013. The Indians from the Munduruku, Juruna, Kayapo, Xipaya, Kuruaya, Asurini, Parakana, and Arara tribes are trying to force the paralyzation of the dam, projected to become the world’s third largest in energy production, that they oppose for its impact on the environment and their livelihoods. The protesters said in an open letter that they want a dialogue with the government.
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1. Green algae in shellfish beds in Saint-Brieuc Bay, Côtes-d’Amor, France. (by Yann Arthus-Bertrand)
2. A grey seal in the waters off Acadia National Park in Maine, USA. (by Brian Skerry)
3. Crowds on Ipanema Beach at Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. (by Yann Arthus-Bertrand)
4. A clown goby at the window of its shelter (a rusty soda can) in Izu Peninsula, Honshu, Japan. (by Brian Skerry)
A Brazilian Indian boy draws on the ground during a protest where Indians from various parts of Brazil occupy the Chamber of Deputies in Brasilia on April 16, 2013. They are protesting against a proposed constitutional amendment which gives power to Congress, rather than the Executive Branch, to decide on the demarcation of indigenous lands and reserves in Brazil.
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Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra poses at the entrance of a house, decorated with an anti-bullfight artwork by him, at Vila Madalena neighbourhood of Sao Paulo on April 3, 2013. The words written on the wall paint read ” Applauses” (L) and “It’s not Art, nor Culture, is Torture !” (R).
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