300 men carrying boxes and cages meet every summer weekend in cafes across Istanbul. Inside each is a bird.
Construction work attracts increasing numbers of Bolivian women, but they aren't paid or promoted nearly as well as men. Yet.
If the revolution had a living room, it was here with me. I am a chair in the Borsa cafe district. Cheap, maybe even flimsy, but by far the most popular chair in town.
As Paris undergoes one of the most severe housing crisis of the past century, thousands of high-rise apartments in the suburbs are being demolished.
Graffiti obituaries are becoming common features in Serbian urban landscapes, mapping out cities and neighborhoods according to affiliations to football clubs.
Once night falls in Kolkata, colorful bookstalls turn into a refuge for homeless migrants.