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August 26, 2013

Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy

Opening this past weekend, and continuing until September 29th, the International Center of Photography is hosting a photography exhibition entitled, “Rising Waters: Photographs of Hurricane Sandy,” on Governor’s Island in NY. The group exhibition will feature 100 works by many photographers, including Ed Kashi (VII). The show features images...

August 22, 2013

Anecdotes of #SANDY

In October of 2012, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the eastern seaboard. Causing major damage from high winds and severe flooding, Sandy left her disastrous mark on the east coast. We all remember where we were when the storm hit, and how we lived the days following without power,...

New Addition to our Studio

This month we are welcoming a new member to our team at Ed Kashi Studio. We are excited to have Mallika Vora join us as our Digital Imaging Technician. Mallika recently graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of Art, earning a BFA degree in Photography and Imaging with a minor...

August 21, 2013

August 16, 2013

Climate Change: Our Uncertain Future

“Over the past 50 years, the average global temperature has increased at the fastest rate in recorded history. In May 2013, carbon emissions reached the new record level of 400ppm, one more grim milestone for the future of our planet.” A planet so dependent on environmentally damaging fuels like...

August 07, 2013

Glenna Gordon Does Nigerian Weddings

Glenna Gordon, a talented young photographer who has been developing a personal project on Nigerian weddings, has just had a selection of her work published in this week’s The Daily Beast digital edition. I had the opportunity to overlap with her this past April in northern Nigeria, and she...

August 06, 2013

#SANDY

In October 2012, the treacherous Superstorm Sandy rolled onto the east coast leaving a wake of destruction in her path. Relentless, Sandy destroyed thousands of  homes, ravaged the Jersey Shore, and left millions without electricity. The effects of this monstrous hurricane were documented expansively, especially through the medium of...

August 05, 2013

Frame by Frame

In 1996, the Taliban ruled over Afghanistan and placed a ban on photography. When that strict regime was taken out of power in 2001, after the American invasion that autumn, photography became legal again. With the medium’s innate ability to tell a story, “the need for local journalism in...

August 02, 2013

Portraits of Survival

Former combat photographer, Michael Kamber will be having his first solo show titled “Portraits of Survival” in 25 years. On display at the Bronx Art Space from August 14-30th will be a collection of medium format images he took in the “quiet moments, when major combat had ended or...