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In Paris: Guillaume Bression and Carlos Ayesta retrace routes back into the Fukushima Exclusion Zone via British Journal of Photography

“We wanted to show what the inhabitants have to face when they come back to the place where they used to live,” say the photographers of their work, which they’re presenting at Fotofever this weekend […] Photographers Guillaume Bression and … Continue reading

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Fukushima, Vieques, Rocky Flats: Radioactive photos tell nuclear stories via Ars Technica

Ars speaks to artists about their unique approaches to cameras and nuclear energy. PORTLAND, Ore.—In the cool, hushed atmosphere of Portland’s Newspace Center for Photography, a Geiger counter clicks steadily as I orient myself to the room. White walls, wood … Continue reading

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Never-Before-Seen Images Reveal How The Fukushima Exclusion Zone Was Swallowed By Nature via BoredPanda

Polish photographer Arkadiusz Podniesinski travelled to the site of the Fukushima nuclear disaster last month to see the location with his own eyes. When he obtained permits to enter the roughly 20km (12.5 mile) Exclusion Zone, he was confronted with … Continue reading

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Japanese photographer shows alternative view on Fukushima disaster Print version via Kiyv Post

Kazuma Obara, a Japanese photo artist, had his exhibition on Fukushima disaster opened at the Kyiv History Museum on March 4. Obara, 30, reveals the real stories of the liquidators of the nuclear power plant accident, while also plans to … Continue reading

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Photographer Risked Radiation to Shoot Soviet Testing Sites via artnet news

Israeli-born, London-based photographer Nadav Kander, takes us into the desolate world of post-Soviet missile and nuclear testing sites—secret landscapes which are still closed to outsiders—in his new photographic series, “Dust.” Armed with his camera, Kander, who wore white overalls and … Continue reading

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Shimpei Takeda was born in Japan and spent a lot of his youth in the Fukushima, hanging out in the shadow of the reactor that would later meltdown and cause one of the worst nuclear disasters of recent memory. Shimpei … Continue reading

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