In 2013 the Washington Post’s Ken Ringle probed the unsettling experience of visiting Washington’s United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The museum revolves around traumatic things, images, and narratives that visitors vicariously contemplate across time and in the face of the inexpressible irrationality of hatred. The museum provides some concrete mechanisms like “privacy walls” to avoid […]
I’m in the middle of a two-week assignment traveling up and down Vietnam collecting images for a big travel/tourism piece. From the hectic streets of Saigon to morning yoga in Hanoi and quite literally everything in between. Beaches and old towns, royal cuisine, street food, mountains, motorbikes, and so much more. It really is an […]
Richie Pope’s Fatherson showed up in today’s mail—it’s issue #13 of Youth in Decline’s monograph series Frontier. It’s so, so good—I’ve gone through it a few times now, and its immediate vibrancy and apparently simplicity slips into richer and richer territory each time. It reminded me at first of a book my wife brought back to me years […]
And it’s off to the races for another takeout food delivery business going public. Today, it was the turn of Takeaway.com, an Amsterdam-based company with operations across Europe, which listed on Euronext Amsterdam. Takeaway.com priced its shares at €23 each ($25.82), giving the company an enterprise value of around €849 million ($952 million) and a market cap of… Read More
Il y a bien longtemps que tous les vols Paris-Munich sont complets, et vous désespérez de fêter l’Oktoberfest à la bavaroise ? Qu’à cela ne tienne, Paris regorge de bons plans pour célébrer la Fête de la Bière dans les règles de l’art ! Voici 4 idées pour fêter l’Oktoberfest 2016 à Paris comme à Munich. […]
One year ago I started this photoblog. I can’t believe how fast time is going by.. Thanks everyone for joining and/or inspiring me. It was and still is a great journey.