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Oil in Nigeria and the BP spill

More oil news to think about…read this very strong article about oil in Nigeria, that appeared in today’s London Observer

May 30, 2010

Michael Watts at Kings College, London June 9th

My dear friend and colleague, Professor Michael Watts, will be giving a lecture at King’s College in London on June 9th. His knowledge of politics, geography and consequences of oil are not to be missed!

May 30, 2010

Aaron Huey’s TEDx Lecture on the Lakota Sioux

Aaron Huey’s lecture on The Lakota Sioux, at a recent TEDx lecture, is not to be missed. His photographs are intimate, powerful and tragically beautiful documents of what our country has done to not only the people on the Pine Ridge reservation, but all Native Americans. This body of...

May 29, 2010

“This Is a Nightmare.”

As spoken by Philippe Cousteau after a dive into the continuing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Please watch this and pass it along. Diving into the Gulf oil spill

May 29, 2010

Interview with Miss Rosen about the Niger Delta

Sara Rosen, one of the founders of powerHouse Books and now publishing on her own, graciously invited me to answer some questions for her blog about the Niger Delta. Given the catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico, oil continues to be front and center stage in our world as...

May 24, 2010

Caprice Horn Galerie Exhibit

“Fuck Ups, Fables and Fiascos” is an exhibition about powerful metaphors, stereotypes and fairytales about justice and tolerance. This exhibition will be at Caprice Horn Galerie in Berlin from July 6 to August 6, 2010. There will be a few pieces from Curse of the Black Gold being exhibited....

May 24, 2010

Freedom to Create Exhibition

An exhibition of photo-documentary works from the 2009 Freedom to Create Prize will tour to the Queen’s Palace complex in Bagh-e-Babur in Kabul, Afghanistan. Some works from Curse of the Black Gold will be included in this exhibition. June 1 – June 22, 2010 For more information, please visit:...

May 24, 2010

Prix Pictet Exhibitions

The winners of the Prix Pictet 2009 are still touring. Posted below are the upcoming venues and dates: Prix Pictet 2009: Earth April 2 to May 30, 2010 Gallery of Photography, Dublin Prix Pictet 2009: Earth 27 May to June 27, 2010 Moscow House of Photography Prix Pictet Laureates...

May 24, 2010

Exhibition in Lausanne in June

If you will be in Lausanne, Switzerland from June 18 to July 25, 2010, please check out this group exhibition that includes my work from Madagascar.Prix Pictet Exhibition

May 20, 2010

Amnesty International UK Photo Exhibit

For the month of May, Amnesty International UK is exhibiting my work from the Niger Delta to mark a key moment in Amnesty’s campaign against Shell’s business practices in Nigeria. They will be showing images from Curse of the Black Gold

May 18, 2010

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