In 2010, after travelling for a year in India, Keren Chernizon decided to focus her work and intelectual development in photography.
The admiration for the human struggle to persevere in this world and her fascination with our amazing adaptation instinct has guided her work through an unusual path.
Looking out for reasons to break her out from the enclosure of her confort zone, Keren finds in her photographic instruments an enticing exploration ally.
In Berlin, more than 600 people march in support of São Paulo protesters that suffered from police truculence in the last three days. It all started with a raise in bus fares, but ended up being what some are calling the "Brazilian Spring".
Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama visited Brazil, giving two public talks and a seminar. Sao Paulo, Brazil. 17th September 2011
Electronic waste corresponds to the major large-scale residue production, with the fastest-growing rate in the category. Agbogbloshie has become the world’s newest electronic dumping ground. Ghana, Accra. 9th September 2011