ED KASHI
ArchiveCategory

Syrian Ambassador’s Response to NG Article in Nov 2009 Issue

On Oct 22nd, Syria’s Ambassador to the United States, Imad Moustapha, wrote a letter to Chris Johns, editor-in-chief of National Geographic Magazine in response to the November 2009 article entitled “Shadowland” written by Don Belt. I had originally proposed this idea with Don Belt and the photographs in this...

October 29, 2009

Seasonal Offer Not Available Through Large Retailers

For a limited time, starting November 5th until the New Year, signed copies of Aging in America will be on sale. This project, which was almost a decade in the making, illustrates how fragile yet strong our aging population can be. From the jailed waiting to die, to elders...

October 29, 2009

November’s Early Dates

On Sunday, November 1st, Ed will be teaming up with SocialDocumentary.net and speaking at the B&H; Event Space in Manhattan from 1 to 3 p.m. The topics of Ed’s lecture will touch upon his recent work from India, the Middle East, multimedia projects and his newest book, THREE, which will then...

October 29, 2009

Our Short Film, Denied, on MSNBC

A Talking Eyes Media produced short film featuring still photographs from Ed Kashi aired on MSNBC.com’s front page yesterday. Denied tells the story of Sheila Wessenberg, a 44-year-old mother of two who was running out of time and options. Wessenberg, who had a mastectomy, lost her medical coverage when...

October 28, 2009

THREE featured this month on PDFX12

PDFX12, an online PDF magazine has released samples of THREE by Ed. Yumi Goto, editor and chief of PDFX12, and seemingly your all around photography go-to gal has decided to focus on THREE this month. Frankly, we’re honored. Take a look at this month’s edition. PDFX12 is a pretty...

October 27, 2009

The 350 Movement Gaining Terrific Momentum

The success of the 350 project this Saturday has been great news. A lot of Ed’s work, certainly Curse of the Black Gold, has shown an active concern for the well-being of the global environment. We’re pleased to see that this incredible demonstration went so well. “On 24 October, people...

October 27, 2009

Check Out November Issue of National Geographic

The November issue of National Geographic has a cover photo of what looks like a mummified cat under huge letters reading, “Egypt’s Animal Mummies: Pets of the Pharaohs.” Almost anything the Ancient Egyptians did is intriguing, including their affinity towards cats and their penchant for mummifying both humans and...

October 23, 2009

Brilliant News!

There is great news out of Paris today. The Prix Pictet Award was announced and the photographer Nadav Kandar won the grand prize! Ed Kashi was the runner up with a commission to work with and document the efforts of Azafady, a UK charity and registered NGO, in Madagascar. We are...

October 22, 2009

Awards and Accolades

USA Book News has given Ed the distinct honor of naming him the winner in the “Political/Social” category for the National “Best Books” 2009 Awards today! Not to be overlooked, Ed was also one of the few finalists for the “General” category for Curse. USA Book News is a very well...

October 20, 2009

Telling All in Lahore…Profile in The News on Sunday

I just returned from a month long assignment in Pakistan and while there was interviewed by a Pakistani journalist for The News On Sunday ….probably more than anyone would ever want to know about me. For the intrepid, read on. When I lecture, teach or mentor it often comes...

October 18, 2009

Load More