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    • 8.15.12

      Christopher Anderson

      In this episode of Picture Perfect, VICE visits Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson at his studio in Brooklyn to talk about some of his past work and the life-changing experience of boarding a handmade boat that sank in the Caribbean.

    • 8.8.12

      Christopher Anderson - Trailer

      In this episode of Picture Perfect, we visit Chris Anderson at his studio to talk about his past projects and what he thinks is exciting about photography. We then go on assignment with Anderson as he adds to an ongoing body of work about New York City.

    • 7.19.12

      Chloe Dewe Mathews

      Picture Perfect travels to Azerbaijan with Chloe Dewe Mathews to take a closer look at how the Caspian region is re-defining itself in the wake of new oil wealth and a free reign on their future. We document as she photographs the region and the people...

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    • 7.11.12

      Chloe Dewe Mathews - Trailer

      Traveling to Azerbaijan to Take a Closer Look at How the Caspian Region Is Re-defining Itself in the Wake of New Oil Wealth

    • 6.13.12

      Zeng Han

      VICE visits Zeng Han in Guanghzhou to talk about the balance between East and West and new and old in contemporary China.

    • 6.6.12

      Zeng Han - Trailer

      VICE visits Zeng Han in Guangzhou to talk about what he sees as the golden age of photography in China.

    • 4.11.12

      Patrick Brown

      In this episode of Picture Perfect, VICE visits Patrick Brown in Bangkok to talk about the craft of photography and about his forthcoming book Trading to Extinction, which documents the illegal trade of endangered animals in Asia.

    • 3.28.12

      Patrick Brown - Trailer

      In this episode of Picture Perfect, VICE visits Patrick Brown in Bangkok to talk about the craft of photography and his forthcoming book, Trading to Extinction, which documents the illegal trade of endangered animals in Asia.

    • 2.21.12

      Ziyah Gafić

      Forty-five percent of Saudi Arabia’s population is female. Ironically, these ladies control an estimated $11.9 billion of the nation’s wealth but are denied rights that most women take for granted.

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