April 20, 2017
Aleppo Exhibition at the Tropen Museum in Amsterdam
I am pleased to be a part of an Aleppo exhibition at the Tropen Museum in Amsterdam, opening April 20th. “How do you represent the cultural and historical significance of one of the oldest cities in the world? A city that in recent months was almost continuously in...
October 21, 2015
Crossing Borders Picture Fund
The Crossing Borders Picture Fund has launched! This effort, spearheaded by Laura El-Tantawy, is a print auction to raise funds for the global migrant crisis. The auction will be live for two weeks only and will feature work by a wide range of photographers including VII members Ed Kashi and Sim Chi...
June 20, 2014
World Refugee Day: “Unresolved Dreams”
Published today on The Telegraph: an interview and photo gallery highlighting Ed Kashi's "Unresolved Dreams" series in honor of World Refugee Day. Follow @telegraphtelephoto on Instagram to see images from Ed Kashi's #telephototakeover, highlighting the plight of refugees and IDPs worldwide with images he has taken over the past...
May 01, 2014
VII Featured Story: Unresolved Dreams
Ed Kashi's photoessay "Unresolved Dreams" is highlighted as a VII Featured Story. See more images capturing the plight of Azerbaijan's forgotten refugee population here.
March 12, 2014
“Picture.Me.Here. – Storytelling Project for Refugees in Nepal”
“Picture.Me.Here is a photographic, digital storytelling program for refugees based in Denver. The project uses photography and other digital media as powerful communication tools for social engagement, community building and integration. Participants are empowered to tell their stories, explore their new surroundings, and share their resettlement experiences.” This incredible...
January 29, 2014
Behind the Scenes of “Syria’s Lost Generation”
“What happens when the whole fabric of a society is blown apart, frayed not only at its edges but threatened at its very heart?” Ed Kashi (VII) recounts his personal experiences documenting the plight of Syrian refugee children in a guest blog entry on the National Geographic’s PROOF blog today....