Whether prostitutes in Bombay, homeless teenagers in Seattle or circus performers in Vietnam, Mary Ellen Mark’s (b.1940) images have excelled at recording the lives of people on the margins of society in a dramatic and visually compelling way. Mark's images resonate with emotional and psychological force. They are rooted in reality, and many of them record the faces behind social issues.
It was Siberia. A call to a distant and mystic land. And I picked up the landline telephone. Last summer I was asked to join a group of young adventurers to go from middle europe by all means of transportation. Aiming a a tiny village called Man Yckwe. To be enchanted by indigenous Siberians and to fall in love with a remote paradise!