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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...

April 07, 2015

ABC News: California’s Drought Plan

Featuring images by Ed Kashi (VII), an article on ABC News takes a deeper look at California’s recently announce water restrictions plan. Although California’s agricultural sector yields a large majority of America’s produce, critics are questioning why the focus of the new water restrictions. “It is striking that [Gov....

November 11, 2014

California: Paradise Burning

Join Ed Kashi (VII) and Matt Black for the opening reception of Black's exhibition "The Dry Land" in conjunction with a film screening of Kashi and Black's piece "California: Paradise Burning" at The Half King, NY. This event will take place on November 11, 2014 at 7:30PM.

October 16, 2014

“California: Paradise Burning” at Half King

Join Ed Kashi and Matt Black for a screening of their film "California: Paradise Burning" at the opening reception of Matt Black's exhibition, The Dry Land at The Half King on November 11, 2014. "The Dry Land documents, in beautiful and stark pictures, the agricultural effects of the drought...

September 22, 2014

California: Paradise Burning

Featured today on the New Yorker a collaborative film, "California: Paradise Burning" by Ed Kashi (VII) and Matt Black gives a deeper and personal look at the severe drought in California. Black and Kashi recently connected with the farmers and shepherds of the Central Valley, documenting their ongoing struggles...

October 03, 2013

“It’ll Be Better Next Year”

Ed Kashi/VII and Ashley Gilbertson recently completed a project documenting the Cimarron County, Oklahoma community as they suffer through the worst drought the area has seen in fifty years. This project “It’ll Be Better Next Year” was published yesterday by The New Yorker’s Photo Booth blog. Kashi and Gilbertson’s...