Featuring work by eight artists, and a new project from Magnum Photos, the first in a series of exhibitions at the Bronx Documentary Center examines America’s political transformation since Trump’s regressive immigration policies
Trump Revolution: Immigration – British Journal of Photographyhttps://www.bjp-online.com/2020/03/trump-revolution-immigration-bronx-documentary-center/
Greg Constantine : Nowhere People – The Eye of Photography
Greg Constantine : Nowhere People
The United Nations estimates over 10 million people worldwide are not recognized by any country and are stateless. The book Nowhere People is a 10-year investigation (2005-2015) by award-winning photojournalist Greg Constantine that documents and exposes one of the most extreme and radical yet underreported human rights issues today: the arbitrary denial of citizenship by the State to individuals and entire ethnic communities as a weapon of racism, discrimination and exclusion and the impact statelessness and the ensuing deprivation of any number of rights has on the human condition.
‘Exiled To Nowhere’: Photographer Documents Life Inside the Camps and Ghettos for Burma’s Muslim Rohingya – Feature Shoot
‘Exiled To Nowhere’: Photographer Documents Life Inside the Camps and Ghettos for Burma’s Muslim Rohingya
Bangkok-based photographer Greg Constantine has spent years documenting stateless communities around the globe. His latest book, ‘Exiled To Nowhere: Burma’s Rohingya,’ was published in 2012
The Places Where Nowhere Is HomeLens:
Greg Constantine learned a great deal about the Nubians in Kenya when he spent a month photographing them in Kibera, an expansive and well-documented Nairobi slum. He poured over a rare collection of archival photographs collected from community members. He helped shape a comprehensive, and largely unseen, visual narrative of the culture.