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December 31, 2013

Time in Turkey

“A photograph is the eye and the heart of a newspaper. The Zaman daily is crowning its 25-year journey with a project that is the most comprehensive work of photography ever launched in Turkey.” Time in Turkey is a comprehensive body of images from 25 renowned photographers, telling the unique stories...

December 30, 2013

2014 Alexia Foundation Grants

The Alexia Foundation is an organization created in memory of student photographer, Alexia Tsairis, who tragically passed away in the terrorist Pan Am Lockerbie bombing of 1988, “promotes the power of photojournalism to give voice to social injustice, to respect history lest we forget it and to understand cultural...

December 27, 2013

Photojournalism Images of the Year in New Yorker Blog

Here is a selection of images on the New Yorker’s Photo Booth blog, chosen by a group of photographers the editors of the New Yorker asked, of our favorite images from 2013. I chose an image I recently made in the Domiz refugee camp near Dohuk, Iraq, where tens of...

December 19, 2013

Exploring Photojournalism’s New Frontiers

The International Center of Photography will be hosting a series of online classes in their continuing education program this winter. Ed Kashi (VII) will be teaching a course, The Art of Visual Storytelling: Exploring Photojournalism’s New Frontiers. “In the digital age, traditional photojournalism has crossed over into and absorbed...

December 18, 2013

Helping a Fallen Freelancer

There are some iconic images that stick in our minds when we reflect on the past 11 years about Iraq. Perhaps footage of US contractors who were killed and dragged through the streets of Fallujah. Or George W. Bush ducking a flying shoe during a press conference in Baghdad....

December 17, 2013

West Coast Weekend Workshop

ImageFlow in Mill Valley, California will be hosting an Ed Kashi Weekend Workshop on Saturday, February 1st – Sunday, February 2nd, 2014. On Saturday workshop participants will share their work and engage in intimate and wide ranging conversation about photojournalism, documentary photography, art and how to use your photography...

December 12, 2013

Stories in the Social Landscape

The International Center of Photography (ICP) presents an exhibition of work by faculty members called “Stories in the Social Landscape.” Curated by Karen Marshall, this show addresses ways in which the photographic narrative can inspire ideas about people and place within the social landscape of our world. A selection...

December 11, 2013

Encore Purpose Prize: Making a Difference

“You’re moving beyond midlife careers yet refusing to fade out or fade away. You’re searching for a calling in the second half of life, crafting encore careers that combine not only continued income but the promise of more meaning – and the chance to do work that means something beyond...

December 10, 2013

Racial Profiling: Portraits & Testimonies

Ed Kashi’s photographic and video project on racial profiling was featured in VII‘s December Newsletter. A series of portraits for Open Society Foundations (OSF) tells the stories of victims of racial profiling by European authorities. Stop-and-Search programs, and on the spot ID checks unjustly target immigrants and minorities. “These...

December 05, 2013

SDN Global Awareness Winners Announced

SocialDocumentary.net (SDN) has announced the winners of the Call for Entries on Global Awareness. Gwenn Dubourthoumieu’s “The Copper Eaters” and Mark Tuschman’s, “Women on the Edge” received the Grand Prize Management Sciences for Health Photography Fellowship. From 140 submissions these exceptional bodies of work were chosen for recognition, along with...

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