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June 13, 2018

VII Workshop in Milan, June 2018

VISUAL STORYTELLING AND HUMAN RIGHTS WITH ED KASHI . Second Session: June 14-17, 2018 Location: Officine Fotografiche Milano – Via Friuli, 60 – Milano . The workshop will allow you to share your work in an intimate session and learn about the many new ways we can create visual stories and...

January 25, 2018

VII Workshop in Milan, January & June 2018

VISUAL STORYTELLING AND HUMAN RIGHTS WITH ED KASHI . First Session: January 25-28,2018 – Second Session: June 14-17, 2018 Location: Officine Fotografiche Milano – Via Friuli, 60 – Milano Workshop fee:  1500 euros Workshop Language: english  Application deadline: november 13th The workshop will allow you to share your work in an intimate session and learn about...

October 23, 2014

The Migrant Worker As A Commodity

Award-winning documentary and commercial photographer David Goldman has launched a crowd-funding campaign to fund a photo/video project "documenting how the commoditization of the sugar industry has adversely affected the Indian migrant worker."

April 10, 2014

Where the Streets Have No Children: a Photoessay by Santiago Arcos

Featured on the NY Times Lens Blog, an intriguing photoessay by Santiago Arcos tells the story of La Cienega, a village in Ecuador that has no children. After finding this elusive town Arcos heard about on a radio broadcast, he made regular visits to photograph the desolate La Cienega where only 11 residents remain. “There...

February 24, 2014

Book Launch Event: Gays in the Military

Vincent Cianni, photographer and Talking Eyes Media fiscal sponsee, is launching the publication of his book Gays in the Military (published by Daylight Books). Cianni’s Gays in the Military combines compelling photographs and interviews to create an important historical record of the struggles of gay and lesbian veterans and...

January 30, 2014

Human Trafficking and Torture in Sinai

“While violence in Egypt makes headlines, in the Sinai Peninsula Bedouins torture thousands of African migrants, exacting millions in ransom. The world looks on and does nothing.” Writer and journalist, Michael Obert, writes of the human rights issues plaguing Sinai in his reportage “In the Realm of Death.” African...

October 29, 2013

Life in Motion

In collaboration with the International Center of Photography (ICP), NGO Happy Families, presented “Life in Motion” in a 2012 exhibition. Ed Kashi (VII) led a group of 10 students from ICP and the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography on an assignment to photograph the children at orphanages and rehabilitation centers...

October 23, 2013

FotoEvidence Book Award Exhibition

“FotoEvidence is founded to continue the tradition of using photography to draw attention to human rights violations, injustice, oppression and assaults on sovereignty or human dignity wherever they may occur.” Hosting an annual contest, the FotoEvidence Book Award, this organization recognizes a photo project each year that documents social injustice, creating...