Posts Tagged ‘Manuel Ubler’

Manuel Uebler: Dignity and Sincerity at The Elderly’s Home in Nepal

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The true nature of Manuel Uebler’s evolving quest, both as a photographer and a human being, is a story told best by viewing his timeless images of residents of an old-people’s home, Sadhus, street kids and useful objects with a human connection. In our first interview with Manuel we shared how he came to be such a [...]

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Manuel Uebler: Compassionate Images At the Intersection Of Fine Art And Reportage

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The true nature of Manuel Uebler’s evolving quest, both as a photographer and a human being, is a story told best by viewing his timeless images of residents of an old-people’s home, Sadhus, street kids and useful objects with a human connection. But to understand how he came to be such a remarkably insightful and [...]

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