Monthly Archives: October 2011

Phil Borges | The Birth and Evolution of TIBET A Culture on the Edge

Jinzhu Road went from being a 2 lane road to a 6 lane divided highway in 15 years

Due to the popularity of Phil Borges’ TIBET: Culture on the Edge we are extending the online exhibition to November 6th, 2011.  In addition to the post below by Phil Borges more online features will be added this week.  Keep … Continue reading

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Dale Chihuly | Pilchuck at 40, The Seattle Times

The Pilchuck Glass School offers residences for students and instructors, such as this treehouse.  Photo by Greg Gilbert.

Pilchuck at 40: world-class glass The Pilchuck Glass School began in a field in the Skagit Valley, with a group of teachers and 16 students. It’s grown into a world-class facility that attracts glass masters and students from across the … Continue reading

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Phil Borges | Huffington Post, 2011

Yeshi, 13, 1994, archival digital print, 27x23 inches framed

UN Women Photographer Phil Borges Knows How to Stir the Fire Huffington Post October 25, 2011 By Philippa Young

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Phil Borges | National Geographic, 2011

Droga, 27, digital colour photograph, 27 x 23 inches framed (21 x 15 inch image)

Tibet, A Culture on the Edge National Geographic October 26, 2011 By Phil Borges

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Phil Borges on Studio 4 with Fanny Kiefer

Borges on Fanny Kiefer

October 20, 2011 Studio 4 with Fanny Kiefer World Renowned Photographer, Phil Borges, speaks with Studio 4 host Fanny Kiefer about his new book Tibet: Culture on the Edge.

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Phil Borges | Strength in Numbers

Borges_Video image_Strength in Numbers

“The microcredit revolution that brought support for poor families in South America and Asia has not been as effective in Africa, mainly because of the long distances between the recipients and the banks. A new way had to be found. … Continue reading

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Phil Borges | Humanitarian Storyteller

Canon ESO

Phil Borges shares his 20 years experience as a photographer including how he got started and what inspires his work.

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Phil Borges | Stirring the Fire video

Echuka and Eragai, selectively toned silver gelatin print, 23 x 27 inches

Film by Phil Borges Edited and animations by Ryan Horner

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Phil Borges | Tibetan Landscapes

Borges_Nomad Camp on Yellow River

For those of you familiar with Phil Borges various photographic projects, you will know him to have an uncanny ability to capture portraits that linger with the viewer. His subjects meet us eye-to-eye and provide a glimpse of cultures and … Continue reading

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Dale Chihuly | Donors Help Chihuly Glass Tower Remain at MFA Boston

Fitzpatrick, Audrey Fitzpatrick, and Allison Caputo, donated some of their piggy-bank money to the sculpture acquisition fund at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Caputo / Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

12 October 2011 – by ArtfixDaily Staff Created specifically for the MFA’s Shapiro Family Courtyard, Lime Green Icicle Tower is one of Dale Chihuly’s most compelling works of blown glass. Since its installation in March 2011, it has made a … Continue reading

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