ED KASHI

Imperfectly Invisible 10(X) Editions

As part of Sara Terry’s Guest Artist Series of 10(X) Editions in 2017, she created an edit of Ed Kashi’s work, based on his blog post, Imperfectly Invisible. “When Ed Kashi and I decided to make a book together, I began looking through his Instagram feed to see what poem was waiting…

Human Rights Watch: Struggling for a Humane World

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has been advocating for human rights for decades. Privately financed and completely independent, several hundred employees are fighting worldwide for the rights of the persecuted, of children, of women and ethnic minorities; for the rights to asylum and freedom of speech. What chances does the struggle…

Witness Number Eight

The notion of ‘home’ has shifting significance for a photojournalist who travels the world documenting social and political issues. For the past 30 years, Ed Kashi has lived a life of intense engagement mixed with danger, anticipation, and loneliness. Encompassing nearly 20 years of photographs and journal entries to his…

Curse of the Black Gold

Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta takes a graphic look at the profound cost of oil exploitation in West Africa.  Featuring images by world-renowned photojournalist Ed Kashi and text by Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka, prominent Nigerian journalists, human rights activists, and Professor at…

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Madagascar: A Land Out of Balance

Madagascar: A Land Out of Balance illustrates the plight of the southeast coastal community of the Malagasy people as they find themselves struggling to cope with the dwindling forests, water resources and fisheries that have been their livelihood. In the face of diminishing arable land, Malagasy farmers are joining other…

THREE

In a world inundated by visual imagery, our ability to take in more than one image at a time has become innate. In fact, our attention span demands it. THREE, a book of triptychs by acclaimed photographer Ed Kashi, plays on the visual appetite of a hectic world. These triptychs…

Aging in America

Aging in America: The Years Ahead chronicles the unprecedented changes confronting America as old age goes mainstream. Photographer Ed Kashi and writer Julie Winokur first began the project as an award-winning story published by The New York Times Magazine. They then embarked on an eight-year-long journey across the topography of…

Denied

Outrage. That’s what the stories in the book Denied: The Crisis of America’s Uninsured should inspire. Outrage at a system that doles out care based on the ability to pay rather than legitimate need. Outrage for the people who suffer in silence when a remedy is out of reach. Outrage…

When the Borders Bleed

Throughout their history, the Kurdish people have been the victims of geopolitics. Entangled by wars in the oil-rich territory where the borders of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey converge; exploited and betrayed first by colonial nations and then by Cold War superpowers, the Kurdish people have most recently endured genocidal…

No Surrender: The Protestants

No Surrender: The Protestants provides an intimate look at Northern Ireland’s fractious Protestant neighborhoods in an attempt to illustrate that loyalist sections of Belfast were far from a ruling upper class, and that, perhaps, what many fail to remember is that the real struggle for equality can only begin after…