Robert Wallis (40) More files...
American b.1952



Robert started his career in San Francisco photographing subjects ranging from Mexican-American gang culture to the gay clubbing scene at the beginning of the AIDS epidemic. He subsequently moved to Tokyo from where he covered the Japanese "bubble" years and other Asian stories such as the last days of the Marcos regime in the Philippines, China's first special economic zones and Tiananmen Square. Photographing the fall of the Berlin Wall and other events across Eastern Europe in 1989 for Newsweek, he followed the collapse of communism back to the Soviet Union, basing himself in Moscow for four years, shooting for Time Magazine and other publications.



Women working on a rainwater harvesting project near the village of Paladi...
A goatherd climbs a tree to chop down fodder for her animals. Rajasthan has...
A night school in the village of Cheeri, lit by solar lanterns. Most of the...
Modern wind turbines tower above cenotaphs built in memory of the maharajas of...
Outside Jing Hua-gong coal mine, near Datong in Shanxi Province, China's top...
A miner at shift change at Jing Hua-gong coal mine, near Datong in Shanxi...
A bulldozer moves coal destined for power stations, or for shipment to other...
Pedestrian footbridge over a highway near Renmin Square with high rise...
View of Shanghai at twilight.
Swimming pool at the Ritz Carlton Hotel which shows classic movies while you...
Students and their teacher in a one room village school in Shanxi Province.
Yugang Caves, begun around A.D. 460, are the earliest Buddhist carvings in...
A man attacks the Berlin Wall with a pickaxe on the night of November 9th,...
East German Border Guards look through a newly opened section of the Berlin...
USA
Potential owners browse at a gun show in West Palm Beach, Florida which sells...
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