Poulomi Basu was the first-prize winner for PHmuseum’s 2018 Grant, awarded by an independent jury featuring Monica Allende (Independent Photo Editor and Cultural Producer), Roger Ballen (photographer and artist), Genevieve Fussell (Senior Photo Editor at The New Yorker), and Emilia van Lynden (Artistic Director, Unseen). It is being published as part of World Press Photo’s collaboration with the PHmuseum.
Susan Meiselas has won the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2019 at The Photographers’ Gallery, London for her first European retrospective Mediations at Jeu de Paume, Paris 2018.
The migrant caravan is part of a larger project called Love Stories, an exhibition and film project about the global refugee crisis where we have partnered with UNHCR Sweden. Nikon was also one of the partners in the development of the first stage of this project. There are many stages/chapters left in the whole Love Stories project and the exhibition is planned for 2021.
As a photographer, I have worked extensively in the Middle East and Central Asia. I lived in Kabul from 2010 to 2015 where I started my ongoing relationship with The Washington Post. In 2015, I moved to Beirut and now my work focuses on the consequences of the conflicts in the area.
In this article, I speak with Marco Gualazzini about his story The Lake Chad Crisis:
Eye-rolls, shrugs, and barbs greeted the $120,000 Grand Prize winner of Dubai’s HIPA Photography Prize. Malaysian photographer Edwin Ong’s photo of a partially blind Vietnamese woman carrying her baby was derided for representing yet another “poverty porn” contest winner before it was suggested that the image was staged by photographer Ab Rashid. Ong defended his…
BOSTON — The GroundTruth Project is pleased to announce that the James W. Foley Middle East Fellowship will be awarded to a journalist who will shine a light on under-covered expressions of life in the Middle East. Photojournalist Nicole Tung will develop a multimedia project that takes a look at the intersection of self-expression and youth…