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Changing The Game: Seattle, Washington Artist Louie Gong

I first met Native American artist Louie Gong when writing about his work in a Portland Art Museum exhibition. When I learned he’d be opening a retail store in Seattle, I knew I’d have another story to write soon. Here it is, as featured in OnTrak Magazine. Louie Gong”s Eighth GenerationWritten by Gina Williams | photography by Bradley Lanphear During a recent artist-in-residence stint at Seattle”s Eighth Generation flagship store at Pike Place Market, Native…

A Culture on the Edge: Luca Bracali Documents the Disappearing “Reindeer Men” of Mongolia

When photojournalist and conservationist Luca BracaliĀ first told meĀ of his recent return trip to document the nomadic Tsaatan people of Mongolia, I didn’t fully understand the scale or scope of his journey. Now, via his reportage in National Geographic Italia, it is possible to peer inside this incredible and shrinking world. See the full image set via the article here and an English translation below. Gli ultimi uomini renna della MongoliaSono gli ultimi testimoni di un…