Pierre Longeray

Photography

These Intimate Photos Dispel Myths about Paris' So-Called 'No-Go Zones'

Artist Marvin Bonheur grew up in 'the 93', just outside Paris. His film photos tell stories beyond the media's usual, crime-heavy focus.
Pierre Longeray
12.4.19
prison

How an Innocent Man Survived Torture in an Ecuadorian Prison

Daniel David Tibi spent 848 days behind bars on false charges.
Pierre Longeray
11.28.19
Food

This Inmate Chef Makes Magic Out of Shitty Prison Food

Prisoner Dany can create almost any dish in his makeshift cell kitchen: chocolate tarts, tagine, pizza – even roast chicken.
Pierre Longeray
11.22.19
Food

I Was Kim Jong-il's Private Sushi Chef

Tales of extravagance, unpredictability and mad boozing in the world's most secretive kingdom.
Pierre Longeray
11.5.19
Photography

How to Photograph a War When You're Not a War Photographer

Joey Lawrence normally photographs celebrities or tight communities around the world. This time round, he met the Kurds battling ISIS.
Pierre Longeray
8.12.19
Tiananmen Square

The Tiananmen Square Protests Weren't What Everyone Thought They Were

On the 30th anniversary of Beijing's pro-democracy protests, Patrick Zachmann's photos capture what happened before the Tanks arrived.
Patrick Zachmann
5.8.19
syrian war

How Syrians Are Rebuilding the Monuments Destroyed By ISIS

A French restoration company is working with locals to restore their most important cultural artefacts.
Pierre Longeray
2.20.19
Photography

How to Photograph Terrorism

Magnum photographer Peter van Agtmael's latest work is a collection of photos documenting the history of ISIS.
Pierre Longeray
7.23.18