In January 2018, Stefano De Luigi went out to sea with the SOS Méditerranée rescue ship Aquarius The ship specializes in search and rescue (SAR) and since February 2016, they have rescued 28,000 people on the Sicilian Channel between the Libyan coast and Sicily.
Click here to watch a short film of his experiences on board.
In an interview with L’Obs, Linda Bournane Engelberth speaks about “Outside the Binary,” her new project about the richness and diversity of gender identities.
“I hope that people who will see the portraits and read the testimonials will open up and reflect on the definitions of gender identities.” — Linda Bournane Engelberth
“Outside the Binary” is Linda’s contribution to the “Her Take: (Re)Thinking Masculinity,” a project in seven parts by the Seven of VII, the seven female photographers of VII. In “Her Take,” each photographer undertakes a visual reflection on masculinity — re-framing it, challenging it, referencing it historically, exploring it, considering it in specific cultural contexts and changing social conventions, or coming out from the shadow of it.
Chess is omnipresent in Norway, the home to the world champion Magnus Carlsen. And, somehow, it has become cool. In this assignment for The New York Times, Linda Bournane Engelberth takes a look at chess culture in Norway.