OSI - New York

Photography Exhibition: Moving Walls 13

New York.

Mongolia 2007

The governments of countries with economies dependent on natural resources bear considerable responsibility. They can develop the entire country, or enrich only a handful; ensure control over the country’s destiny, or make it a victim of erratic global markets. In Mongolia, as a national debate rages over how mining should—and shouldn’t—change the country, Carl De Keyzer humanizes the issue, showing how those who benefit the least from the buried treasure live.