In Italy, the Palio di Asti predates the more famous Palio di Siena by about 400 years, having run almost every year since the 13th century.
Photographer Ben Pipe heard that the Palio di Asti was more accessible, more intimate than the Palio di Siena, and on impulse, he flew out for a long weekend in late summer […]
Come Inside! Corrado Piccoli discovers a typically warm Italian welcome in New York City’s Little Italy in the Bronx where Joseph Artuso of Artuso’s Bakery took him on a personal tour of Arthur Avenue, the heart of a thriving NY community […]
4Corners’ Russian contributor Konstantin Trubavin finds the surfing community a truly multicultural affair. Living in Bali since 2010, he tells us there are expats from the USA, from Brazil, Japan and his native Russia. People from all over the world are making Bali home, drawn there by the waves.[…]
How is it possible to keep alive the memory of something we didn’t experience without losing its true meaning? Rather than adopt a purely documentary approach, Croppi allows the aesthetic quality of his work to illuminate a historical truth, engaging the viewer’s emotions to relive the tragedy of the Shoah.[…]
Suzy Bennett pulls on her wellies, whistles up her black Labrador and together, they wander into a glorious fairy-tale autumn landscape of Devon’s Dartmoor National Park […]
Tangier, looking out from North Africa across the Mediterranean to the coast of Andalusia, could be the very definition of the phrase ‘melting pot’. Founded by Carthaginian colonists in the 5th Century BC, the city has passed through Roman, Arab, Portuguese, Spanish, English and French hands, each culture leaving its mark.[…]
At the most southerly point of mainland Spain and continental Europe, Tarifa is where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. To the East is the Med, Gibraltar and the Costa del Sol, to the West the wide Atlantic Ocean as far as the eye can see and there, south across the Strait of Gibraltar you can make out the coast of Africa.[…]