Instead of throwing out his rotting food, Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler decided to make art out of it. One Third is his project looking at food waste (the name is derived from a U.N. study that found a third of the world's food goes to waste) juxtaposed against a backdrop of 925 million peopl...
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