A Mongolian contortionist; an Afro-Argentine performance; sculpting a lion in Sri Lanka; and more.
Contortionist Bayarzul Batbayar, 16, performs during an event in a park on World Family Day in Erdenet, Orkhon province, Mongolia.
Carmen “Pelusa” Yannone, center, an Afro-Argentine dancer and singer, performs traditional songs at an album release concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Yannone and her fellow performers are members of a collective that seeks to preserve black music.
Manikkam Gaantharupan sculpts a lion in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Gaantharupan says the recent economic crisis has made it difficult to get the raw materials for his work.
Luis Osvaldo Quiles wipes white paint from his face at Carnaval Ponceño in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Revelers dress up as characters during this traditional festival to celebrate the end of winter and the arrival of Lent.
Coraly Cruz Mejías,
Inhabitants from Zapatista communities march through the streets of San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, to demand the cessation of wars across the world.
Uuriintuya Bayarsaikhan dries plants and flowers at her home in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Uuriintuya, who turned her favorite pastime into a business, sells herbarium arts through her Instagram account. “I treat every creation of mine as my child,” she says.
Kambale Kayikunza, a coppersmith, heats his tools near the central market in Kirumba, North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. On Fridays, Kayikunza works at the market to repair utensils for customers and vendors.
Merveille Kavira Luneghe,
Democratic Republic of Congo