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Nobody notices the handstand in the back of the room during a work critique session. The children are participants in in a photography project organized by Venice Arts, the African Millennium Foundation, and UNICEF. The project is called The House is Small but the Welcome is Big and it features participant-produced photo stories of people whose lives have been affected by the AIDS epidemic.

Handstander: Eugene Ahn
Photographer: Joanne Kim
Bystander: Jim Damiao Varlito Irenio Braselino Nelson Carla Aires

August 10, 2007 | On this day

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