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RUSSIA/
RTR2WY41
January 27, 2012
A visitor looks at an artwork at the opening of the "Communalka" underground art project consisting...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A visitor looks at an artwork at the "Communalka" underground art project at the "Na Strelke" museum...
A visitor looks at an artwork at the opening of the "Communalka" underground art project consisting of mini-exhibitions, installations and performances at the "Na Strelke" museum of modern art in the Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, January 27, 2012. "Communalka" reproduces the atmosphere of an informal workshop of Soviet artists which were often situated in cellars of apartment houses or in private flats. "Communalka" also refers to a Soviet era apartment shared between many families. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2WY3Y
January 27, 2012
A group of young artists and visitors participate in the opening of the "Communalka" underground art...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The "Communalka" underground art project at the "Na Strelke" museum of modern art in Krasnoyarsk
A group of young artists and visitors participate in the opening of the "Communalka" underground art project consisting of mini-exhibitions, installations and performances at the "Na Strelke" museum of modern art in the Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, January 27, 2012. "Communalka" reproduces the atmosphere of an informal workshop of Soviet artists which were often situated in cellars of apartment houses or in private flats. "Communalka" also refers to a Soviet era apartment shared between many families. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR2WY3S
January 27, 2012
A group of young artists and visitors participate in the opening of the "Communalka" underground art...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The "Communalka" underground art project at the "Na Strelke" museum of modern art in Krasnoyarsk
A group of young artists and visitors participate in the opening of the "Communalka" underground art project consisting of mini-exhibitions, installations and performances at the "Na Strelke" museum of modern art in the Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, January 27, 2012. "Communalka" reproduces the atmosphere of an informal workshop of Soviet artists which were often situated in cellars of apartment houses or in private flats. "Communalka" also refers to a Soviet era apartment shared between many families. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW3E
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with some articles from his novel "The Museum of Innocence"...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with some articles from his novel "The Museum of Innocence"...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with some articles from his novel "The Museum of Innocence" in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW3B
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW38
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk speaks during an interview with Reuters in Istanbul August 27,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk speaks during an interview with Reuters in Istanbul
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk speaks during an interview with Reuters in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW37
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with his book "Manzaradan Parcalar" (Pieces of a Landscape)...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with his book "Manzaradan Parcalar" at his home in Istanbul...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with his book "Manzaradan Parcalar" (Pieces of a Landscape) at his home in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW30
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW2X
October 01, 2010
Nobel-prize winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses on the balcony of his home in Istanbul August 27,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-prize winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses on the balcony of his home in Istanbul
Nobel-prize winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses on the balcony of his home in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY CITYSCAPE)
MV BILL
RTXNJ60
June 10, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janei.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabea de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists. His debut solo album released in 1999 was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to Cidade de Deus or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005.
MV BILL
RTXNJ5Z
June 10, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janei.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05- Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabea de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists. His debut solo album released in 1999 was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to Cidade de Deus or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005.
BRAZIL
RTRE154
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill shows his microphone tattoo which reads "My weapon" during an interview with...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill shows his microphone tattoo during an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill shows his microphone tattoo which reads "My weapon" during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE14T
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005.REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE14O
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill listens a question during an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro, May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE134
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists, had his debut solo album released in 1999 that was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
BRAZIL
RTRE12V
May 27, 2005
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian rapper MV Bill poses after an interview with Reuters in Rio de Janeiro May 27, 2005. MV Bill is author of the book "Cabeca de Porco" or "A Pig's Head", which discusses juvenile delinquency in Brazil's slums. MV Bill, one of Brazil's most popular hip-hop artists. His debut solo album released in 1999 was entitled "CDD" which, with lyrics heavily structured on social calls, helped put Rio on the map of Brazilian hip-hop. The CDD is in reference to "Cidade de Deus" or City of God, the slum where MV Bill was born and lives to this day. Picture taken on May 27, 2005. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/KS
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