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|FOREVER CRAZY, GLAMOUR THAN NEVER (93 photos)|
24hrs in the heart of the world’s most mythical cabaret. For over 50 years, the Crazy Horse has been glorifying the woman’s body through naughty, inventive and delicate shows. Let’s go in the wings to be convinced?
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|HOME SWEET HOME: STAYING IN NEW ORLEANS NO MATTER WHAT. (37 photos)|
Even though authorities have ordered Hurricane Katrina survivors to leave their New Orleans homes, some inhabitants still resist while others do even come back. Among them, senior citizen Bill Copping and businessman Stewart Schmidt. Portraits.
© B. Evan/TheReportage.com
|RIDING THE WORLD ON SCOOTERS! (122 photos)|
For the last three years, Jérôme and Sophie have been riding over 40 000 miles on their scooters through South America, Asia and the Middle East. During their journey, they have visited many schools and brought back some 50 interviews of children’ daily life.
© J. MAURICE/TheReportage.com
|BRASILIAN LOVE MOTEL (37 photos)|
More than a fad the Love Motel in Brazil are a social phenomenon booming. In response to overcrowding, unemployment and family structure the Love Motels appear as the solution for couples legitimate or illegitimate to find some privacy in the shelters eyes of others.
© M. Fainsilber/TheReportage.com
|ON TINTIN'S TRACKS (70 photos)|
Leaving "on Tintin’s tracks" still is for many people an unfeasible dream with too many uncertainties about the destinations and often too little free time for travelling. Two students have fulfilled that crazy dream that, once at least, have crossed everyone’s mind between 7 and 77 years old: walking on the steps of the most famous reporter of the comic stripes’ history. THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN: a two year long world tour through 47 countries…
« It’s always the first step which counts »
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