TIME published "Can this man save Russia" by Yuri Kozyrev, January 2012
Vrij Nederland published "Een goudmijn in de Amazone" by Kadir van Lohuizen, January 2012.
This is how all the books in the world should start: in silence. Because this is how the project of an artist always starts; oblivious to the look of those who will later be watching his work. Pep Bonet -one of the most internationally renowned photographers who has been awarded at the World Press Photo competition-… read more ›
Pep Bonet and the Lost Generation
Extract below by Andreu Manresa:
The photographer Pep Bonet has built a universal story that recounts lack and absence, portraits, looks and bodies with an identity, and thus it stays with you, written on the walls of the soul. This book is the visual report of a drama without heart-wrenching roar; while being a poetic contemporary… read more ›
Across the Horn of Africa, war, abuse and poverty make millions miserable and drive thousands to attempt to flee. With land borders cut off or closed, and surrounded by conflict on all sides, one of the only means of escape is by sea.
This book follows the journey of desperate immigrants, or tahrib, to their embarkation points… read more ›
South Africa is often associated with its apartheid history, with its crime, its increasing poverty and high level of HIV infections. However there is a very different story to be told of the country - one of hope, resilience and positive change.
Together, Line Hadsbjerg and Pep Bonet set out to capture these stories of hope, interviewing… read more ›
“I think you can only do this for eight years. For eight years you can still keep the positive. If you stay at it longer than eight years, you turn. And not into a beautiful butterfly. You really turn. I see it in myself, I see it in all my friends and colleagues. I mean they are all… read more ›