December 10, 2015
Ed Kashi’s photograph of flies on a cow’s back in Oklahoma during a drought on boulevard de la Madelaine in Paris, France.
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 vernacular and spark dialogue amongst passersby about the importance of the current talks. All of the photographs were donated by prominent photographers who believe in the importance of opening up the discussion surrounding climate change so that real change can be accomplished.
A passerby takes a picture of Ed Kashi’s photograph of flies on a cow’s back in Oklahoma during a drought on boulevard de la Madelaine in Paris, France.
Ed’s photograph was shown on 8 boulevard de la Madelaine. The picture shows flies swarming on the backs of cattle in drought-stricken Oklahoma. To see the full project you can click here. To learn more about Dysturb and the important work they do to make information of all sorts more accessible, you can head to there website: http://dysturb.com/.
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