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Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti

The Heavens. Annual Report

Italian photographers Gabriele Galimberti and Paolo Woods visited well known tax havens (yes, also the Netherlands) and show the banaal aspects of tax evasion: the struggle between governments and multinationals, and the increasing gap between the haves and the have-not’s.

Alain Craig (on the right) and his friend Anthony Lawson, with Mr. Craig’s convertible Maserati. Mr. Lawson is a Caymanian real-estate agent and Mr. Craig, who is from Britain, works in the islands’ thriving hedge fund industry. They have come to visit Al Thompson, who is standing in the background in front of his house. Mr. Thompson is the biggest importer of building materials to the Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman

Alain Craig (on the right) and his friend Anthony Lawson, with Mr. Craig’s convertible Maserati. Mr. Lawson is a Caymanian real-estate agent and Mr. Craig, who is from Britain, works in the islands’ thriving hedge fund industry. They have come to visit Al Thompson, who is standing in the background in front of his house. Mr. Thompson is the biggest importer of building materials to the Cayman Islands. Grand Cayman

A man floats in the 57th-floor swimming pool of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, with the skyline of “Central,” the Singapore financial district, behind him. Singapore

A man floats in the 57th-floor swimming pool of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, with the skyline of “Central,” the Singapore financial district, behind him. Singapore