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Is Free Speech Dying?

  I currently have a public exhibit in Grenoble, France as part of a project I worked on with the Open Society Foundations about police profiling in Europe. The video interview can be found here. The exhibit focuses on victims of discriminatory identity checks, who describe the significant impacts...

October 26, 2017

March 16, 2016

PDN Storytellers

The winners of the PDN Storytellers contest have been announced. This new photo contest “provides a platform for narrative photography, from documentarians bringing important context to contemporary history, to photographers finding interesting stories to tell in their own backyard.”   Among the winners two Talking Eyes Media (TEM) films...

March 08, 2016

Newest Americans Awards & Screenings

Two award-winning Newest Americans short documentaries, Notes For My Homeland  and We Came And Stayed, continue to garner praise and attention from new audiences! As noted in the latest Newest Americans newsletter, “Notes has been selected for the Black Maria Film Festival’s Jury’s Select 1st Prize, and We Came...

March 07, 2016

Photo Aesthetics Interview & Palo Alto Workshop

You can click here (or visit the link below) to read a piece about an interview Ed did with Mark Dubovoy of Photo Aesthetics. Photo Aesthetics is a website that focuses on exploring creative and technical aspects of photography. They produce and curate excellent photographic content and provide interesting insights. This...

February 25, 2016

Newest Americans films in 2016 Garden State Film Festival

Two Talking Eyes Media films, We Came & Stayed and Notes For My Homeland, have been selected for the 2016 Garden State Film Festival. The Festival will take place in Atlantic City, NJ from March 31st to April 3rd, 2016 and will feature a wide array of independent films from many different...

January 22, 2016

Newest Americans Issue #2

The second issue of Newest Americans has dropped! “Issue 2 of Newest Americans looks at the University Heights neighborhood of Newark in the 1960s and today, as development money flows into the city on a scale not seen in half a century. Why is University Heights so central to...

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 27, 2015

VII at Tufts University

  As part of celebrations of the 30th anniversary of Tufts University’s Institute for Global Leadership, a group of VII photographers will be presenting a migration-themed series of workshops and seminars from November 14-15. Ed will be leading a workshop on street photography as well as showing some of his work on police profiling...

September 18, 2015

Why We Shoot: CreativeLive Session with Ron Haviv

CreativeLive offers hundreds of free workshops with professionals in different creative mediums via live online sessions. VII‘s Ed Kashi and Ron Haviv are participating in this year’s Photo Week: five straight days of workshops and classes on all things photography-related starting on Monday, September 21st. Next week will feature...

September 11, 2015

Post 9/11 Reflections on NY

Today on National Geographic Proof blog, an article by Jessie Wender commemorates the 14 year anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks with reflections from seven Nat Geo photographers based in New York, including Ed Kashi (VII). Wender writes, “I wanted to know if New York had changed, and...

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