Tag: Jérôme Sessini

  • “Beware the Ides of March” Julius Caesar by Jérôme Sessini – burn magazine

    “Beware the Ides of March” Julius Caesar by Jérôme Sessini“Beware the Ides of March” Julius Caesar Photographs and text y Jérôme Sessini In 2014 until 2017, I worked in the Russian-speaking regions of Donbass, in Donetsk, Luhansk, Mariupol… Russia was cle…via burn magazine: https://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2022/09/beware-the-ides-of-march-julius-caesar-by-jerome-sessini/In 2014 until 2017, I worked in the Russian-speaking regions of Donbass, in […]

  • The Devastation of Kharkiv, Ukraine | The New Yorker

    The Devastation of KharkivRussian attacks have terrorized the civilian population in the Ukrainian city.via The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/the-devastation-of-kharkivI visited Kharkiv less than a month before Russian missiles started striking it. Most of the people I met there—and all of the men whom I met there—told me that they, and the city, were ready for war. […]

  • Turning Points: Life-Changing Moments by Magnum Photographers – Photographs and texts courtesy of Magnum Photos | LensCulture

    https://www.lensculture.com/articles/magnum-photos-turning-points-life-changing-moments-by-magnum-photographers From iconic images of major world events, to intimate moments of pleasure and delight — here is an outstanding selection of remarkable images from Magnum Photos — each with a personal story.

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    Passing Through The American Heartland In June 2017 Jérôme Sessini spent several weeks road-tripping through Middle America, photographing the sagging buildings and crumbling cities along the highway. From the southern ghost towns to the shuttered homes throughout the rustbelt, his photographs testify to the perilous economic realities found in many parts of the country.

  • Magnum Photos Blog

    On the Road to Mosul Jerome Sessini documented the Kurdish Peshmerga offensive against Islamic State (IS) in the city of Bashiq over the last month. Then crossed the region to cover Iraqi forces pushing towards Mosul, the jewel in the crown of towns captured and controlled by IS since 2014. Resistance has been fierce with […]

  • Magnum Photos Blog

    Magnum News From The 69Th Annual General Meeting During the four days the following membership motions were executed: • Bieke Depoorter was made a Magnum Member • Jérôme Sessini was made a Magnum Member • Diana Markosian was made a Magnum Nominee • Matt Stuart was made a Magnum Nominee

  • The Many Lives of the Calais ‘Jungle’ Refugee Camp | TIME

    The Many Lives of the Calais ‘Jungle’ Refugee Camp Magnum photographer Jerome Sessini was in Calais a few weeks ago, documenting the paradoxical relationship the town has developed with the migrants.

  • Jérôme Sessini Photographs History’s Greatest Losers | VICE | United States

    Jérôme Sessini Photographs History’s Greatest Losers “I’m interested in people who have fallen victim to superior forces, people caught up in torment that exceeds them, people who are the greatest losers of history,” says the photographer. “Their only crime was being born in the wrong place. It’s made me ponder the question: Should we just […]

  • Magnum Photographer Jerome Sessini Wins Olivier Rebbot Award | TIME

    Magnum Photographer Jerome Sessini Wins Olivier Rebbot Award Last July, Magnum photographer Jerome Sessini was in eastern Ukraine when he heard that a plane had been brought down by a surface-to-air missile.

  • Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash: Jerome Sessini Photographs – LightBox

    Malaysia Airlines Ukraine Crash: Jerome Sessini Photographs Jerome Sessini, a French photographer with the agency Magnum Photos, was one of  the first people to arrive at the scene. A veteran war photographer who has worked in conflict sites like Iraq and Somalia, Sessini says he wasn’t prepared for the weight of what he saw.

  • Jerome Sessini In Eastern Ukraine: Rebel Vote Turns Deadly

    Jerome Sessini In Eastern Ukraine: Rebel Vote Turns Deadly – LightBox Paris-based Magnum photographer Jerome Sessini arrived at the town hall at around 3:30 p.m. Sessini has covered the unrest in Ukraine for months, from the protests and clashes in Kiev’s Independence Square to the March referendum in the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, which led to […]

  • Mexico: Michoacan Vigilante Groups and Cartels Clash

    Link: Mexico: Michoacan Vigilante Groups and Cartels Clash (Photos) – LightBox French photojournalist Jerome Sessini, of the Magnum photo agency, spent the past month documenting the strife. Over the past week, he shadowed vigilantes from Paracuaro to Antúnez to Nueva Italia as they barreled into municipalities, detained anyone associated with the cartels and secured the […]

  • The Wrong Side: Jerome Sessini’s Photographs of Mexico

    Link: The Wrong Side: Jerome Sessini’s Photographs of Mexico : The New Yorker From 2008 to 2011, the photojournalist Jerome Sessini submerged himself in some of the most violent Mexican cities—Culiacán, Tijuana, and Ciudad Juárez—and documented their increasing social decomposition

  • Jérôme Sessini The wrong side

    Link: Jérôme Sessini The wrong side | Le Journal de la Photographie The recipient of this year Award is Jérôme Sessini (Magnum Photos) for the work So far from God, too close to America. 
The book “The wrong side”, just published by Contrasto, is the result of his project started in 2008: a dive into […]

  • Visa pour l’image 2012: Jérôme Sessini

    Link: Visa pour l’image 2012: Jérôme Sessini | Le Journal de la Photographie In 2008 the photographer Jérôme Sessini started the Mexican project: a dive into the drug cartels war in Mexico. This compelling reportage, lasting two years, is a valuable document about the most dangerous cities in the country: Culiacan, Tijuana and especially Ciudad […]

  • Magnum Photos adds new members

    Link: Magnum Photos adds new members [updated] – British Journal of Photography Zoe Strauss, Jerome Sessini and Bieke Depoorter are Magnum’s newest nominees.

  • Five Photojournalists Win Getty Images' Latest Grants

    This year’s winners are: Stefano De Luigi of Italy for “TIA – This is Africa”; Miquel Dewever-Plana of France for “The Other War”; Edwin Koo of Singapore for “Paradise Lost: Pakistan’s Swat Valley”; Darcy Padilla of San Francisco, for “The Julie Project”; and Jerome Sessini of France, for “So Far from God, Too Close to […]