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December 10, 2015

Dysturb: #ReframeClimate for #COP21

As a part of COP21 in Paris, France, Magnum Foundation and #Dysturb are teaming up to present #ReframeClimate. Large scale prints of 25 images related to climate change have been pasted on public buildings and facades throughout Paris. These compelling documentary images were used to bring climate change into visual...

October 29, 2015

Eye for an Eye Exhibition LA

The Hands Down Creative Collective is putting on an exhibition entitled ‘Eye for an Eye’ on November 6th in Los Angeles, California. The exhibit will be held at the Think Tank Gallery in LA and is featuring a selection of photographs from Ed’s work on Sugarcane & Kidney Disease. The...

August 28, 2015

Sugarcane, Fuel For Change in Amsterdam

Opening today: SUGARCANE, Fuel for Change at Melkweg Expo in Amsterdam. Commissioned by Solidaridad, this exhibition of Ed Kashi’s photographs will be on view at through October 4, 2015. Kashi traveled this year to Nicaragua and El Salvador to capture the life of cane cutters there in partnership with La...

August 26, 2015

Support “Everyday Climate Change” at Photoville

“Photoville has invited EverydayClimateChange (@everydayclimatechange) Instagram feed to exhibit this year at its all-free admission photo festival this year in September!  During the festival, EverydayClimateChange founder, James Whitlow Delano, will join a panel discussion at Photoville to talk about climate change.  We would like you to partner with us...

August 10, 2015

EverydayClimateChange at Photoville

EverydayClimateChange is an Instagram feed where photographers from all over the world, including Ed Kashi/ VII Photo, have posted images regarding climate change.  As these photographers are diverse and have different cultures, the assortment of images gathered reflects these varying perspectives. The photographs on this feed not only provide...

June 26, 2015

Global Activism: La Isla Foundation

Jason Glaser of La Isla Foundation was recently interviewed on WBEZ’s Worldview about his work surrounding the epidemic of kidney disease among sugarcane workers in Nicaragua. “La Isla Foundation was formed in 2008 after independent filmmaker Jason Glaser met Juan Salgado, a community organizer from Candelaria, Nicaragua. Jason was...

June 15, 2015

#EveryDayClimateChange

Ed Kashi (VII) has been an avid contributor to the the project of #EveryDayClimateChange. #EveryDayClimateChange is an exhibition and is associated with the Instagram feed, @everydayclimatechange. This feed has received a great deal of press and support on Instagram and has 20.3k followers. @everydayclimatechange concerns the very serious and relevant...

June 11, 2015

Ed Kashi Interviews: Racial Profiling

Ed Kashi (VII) was recently interviewed by Daily Photo News about his project on racial profiling in Europe. In his interview, he discusses his experience shooting this project as well as his opinions on police profiling in Europe and how it compares to profiling in the United States. “I...

May 28, 2015

Equality Betrayed

Equality Betrayed, a free exhibition presented by the Open Society Foundations featuring Ed Kashi’s work on racial profiling will take place in La Place de la République, Paris from June 5 until July 12! The exhibit includes large format photos and texts that illustrate and explore the stories of...

April 28, 2015

Smile! A Photo Anthology by VII

Smile! A Photo Anthology by VII, a free photography exhibition presented by Arts Brookfield. The exhibition will debut May 6 at the Bank of America Plaza in downtown Los Angeles and will continue through July 17. The smile, one of life’s most basic and primary expressions, will be the...

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