Five powerful stories from this year’s Visa Pour L’Image: International Festival of Photojournalism – The Washington Post[contentcards url=”https://www.washingtonpost.com/photography/2019/09/06/five-powerful-stories-this-years-visa-pour-limage-international-festival-photjournalism/”]
Getty Grants $50,000 to Five Photographers | TIME
Getty Grants $50,000 to Five Photographers
Mary Frances Calvert, Kirsten Luce, Katie Orlinsky, Sergey Ponomarev and Jonathan Torgovnik have won this year’s Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography.
A Tale of Abuse and Fear Inside the Stash Houses of Texas – Feature Shoot
A Tale of Abuse and Fear Inside the Stash Houses of Texas
New York City-based photographer Kirsten Luce, who worked alongside the authorities, was there when the men gave a harrowing account of having been brutally attacked and extorted, and she went along for the raid. Their choice to come forward, stresses Luce, ensured deportation, but the alternative was even more grim.
‘The Corridor of Death’: Along America’s Second Border | TIME
‘The Corridor of Death’: Along America’s Second Border
Since 2006, when she became a staff photographer at The Monitor in the border town of McAllen, Tex., Kirsten Luce has been documenting immigration issues on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border