Tag: Lynsey Addario

  • Lynsey Addario: Master Series Award Winner – LENSCRATCH

    Lynsey Addario: Master Series Award Winner - LENSCRATCH

    Lynsey Addario: Master Series Award Winner – LENSCRATCH

    The School of Visual Arts (SVA) honors Lynsey Addario, acclaimed photographer, MacArthur Genius Grant and Pulitzer Prize recipient, with the 32nd annual Masters Series Award and Exhibition, originally planned for Fall 2020. Curated by Maya Benton and Perri Hofmann, “The Masters Series: Lynsey Addario” will be a comprehensive retrospective of her fearless, two-decade journey documenting

    via LENSCRATCH: http://lenscratch.com/2022/10/lynsey-addario-master-series-award-winner/

    Addario has brought a strong focus to women’s issues in her work, including gender-based violence and rape as a weapon of war—topics covered in a traveling exhibition she did with Columbia College of Chicago in 2008. She also began work on a long-term project on maternal mortality in 2009, documenting complications associated with women dying in childbirth in places including Sierra Leone, India, the Philippines and the United States.

  • Photographer Lynsey Addario Reflects on Two Decades of Covering Wars and Global Crises | Vanity Fair

    “Constantly in Motion”: Photographer Lynsey Addario Reflects on Two Decades of Covering Wars and Global Crises

    “Constantly in Motion”: Photographer Lynsey Addario Reflects on Two Decades of Covering Wars and Global Crises

    Vanity Fair caught up with Addario ahead of her career-spanning SVA exhibition, which features work documenting “very intense and historical moments” in countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, and Ukraine.

    via Vanity Fair: https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/09/photographer-lynsey-addario-two-decades-covering-wars-global-crises

    Vanity Fair caught up with Addario ahead of her career-spanning SVA exhibition, which features work documenting “very intense and historical moments” in countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, and Ukraine.

  • Photographing the Reality of War – The New York Times

    Photographing the Reality of War

    Photographing the Reality of War

    Lynsey Addario, a Times photojournalist in Ukraine, shares her experiences on the ground and how she communicates with her subjects during difficult moments.

    Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/23/insider/photographing-the-reality-of-war.html

    Lynsey Addario, a Times photojournalist in Ukraine, shares her experiences on the ground and how she communicates with her subjects during difficult moments.

  • Photographer Defends Photo of Dead Ukrainian Family: ‘This is a War Crime’ | PetaPixel

    Photographer Defends Photo of Dead Ukrainian Family: 'This is a War Crime'

    Photographer Defends Photo of Dead Ukrainian Family: ‘This is a War Crime’

    A distressing and graphic photo.

    via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2022/03/08/photographer-defends-photo-of-dead-ukrainian-family-this-is-a-war-crime/

    Photojournalist Lynsey Addario recently published a graphic photo of a Ukranian family that was killed while attempting to evacuate their city. She says that as distressing as it is, the photo was important to take as it exposes a war crime.

  • Photojournalist Lynsey Addario Captures the Unfolding War in Ukraine | PetaPixel

    Photojournalist Lynsey Addario Captures the Unfolding War in Ukraine

    Photojournalist Lynsey Addario Captures the Unfolding War in Ukraine

    The situation on the ground from the perspective of a photojournalist.

    via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2022/03/01/photojournalist-lynsey-addario-captures-the-unfolding-war-in-ukraine/

    Award-winning American photojournalist Lynsey Addario has been on assignment in Ukraine for the New York Times documenting the war as it unfolds, from the tragic loss of human life and homes to the poignant bravery of Ukrainians.

  • Opinion | Don’t Turn Away From These Images and These Crimes – The New York Times

    These photos were taken by Lynsey Addario, a conflict photographer and old friend who happened to be in Ethiopia to shoot photos for National Geographic, a visit approved long before the latest attacks. She interviewed nine women who had been raped as part of the ethnic cleansing.
  • ‘I felt like the pandemic was being censored.’ Photographing the fight for life – and grief of death – in COVID-19 Britain | National Geographic

    https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/photography/2020/07/i-felt-like-the-pandemic-was-being-censored-photographing-the-fight-for-life
    I wasn’t allowed in until it was very quiet. Most of the wards had emptied out. And the irony was, every single hospital I went in to, from end of May, the first question the medical staff asked was ‘where were you at the height of the pandemic? Why weren’t you here mid-April?’ They wanted the press to cover what was going on and what they were going through, how inundated they were. But very few people were granted access.
  • Photojournalist Lynsey Addario has made a career of exploring places that are ‘off limits’ | THE CONNECTICUT STORY | connecticutmag.com

    https://www.connecticutmag.com/the-connecticut-story/photojournalist-lynsey-addario-has-made-a-career-of-exploring-places/article_78357496-64a1-11ea-8db2-2b6ec9772e80.html
    Whether in a war zone or refugee camp, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario has spent her career on the front line armed with little more than a lens. While covering the Arab Spring uprising in Libya in 2011, Addario and her colleagues were kidnapped and beaten for days and their driver was killed. Her 2015 memoir, It’s What I Do, is a New York Times bestseller, and she put out a coffee table book of her photographs in 2018 titled Of Love & War. A native of Westport, Addario currently lives in London with her husband and two children.
  • How I Became a Photojournalist: Lynsey Addario on Life on the Road – Condé Nast Traveler

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    How I Became a Photojournalist: Lynsey Addario on Life on the Road – Condé Nast Traveler

    It’s a new year, which means more episodes of Women Who Travel are coming your way. In 2020, we’re kicking things off with a new monthly series called “How I Became…,” where we’ll sit down with master travelers who spend most of their lives on the road doing things those of us at our desks on a daily basis never thought possible. First up? Women Who Travel advisory board member, award-winning photojournalist, and author Lynsey Addario. We chat with her about picking up her first camera, taking less than stellar shots on her tour of South America in her early twenties, and spending her decades-long career photographing women. Delving deeper, we talk about how travel can heal the trauma of photographing war, death, and more—and how it takes years to learn to say “no” to risk.

  • A Chat with War Photographer Lynsey Addario

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    A Chat with War Photographer Lynsey Addario

    Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who’s well known for her work on the front lines of conflict and human rights issues. In this 8-minute video interview, VICE sat down with Addario and talked to her about everything from life and death to journalistic truth.

  • Photographer Lynsey Addario on the Importance of Telling Women’s Stories – Condé Nast Traveler

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    Photographer Lynsey Addario on the Importance of Telling Women’s Stories – Condé Nast Traveler

    In a new interview series, we talk to the nine extraordinary women who make up our Women Who Travel advisory board. Up first? Pulitzer prize-winning photographer, Lynsey Addario.

  • Five powerful stories from this year’s Visa Pour L’Image: International Festival of Photojournalism – The Washington Post

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    Five powerful stories from this year’s Visa Pour L’Image: International Festival of Photojournalism – The Washington Post

    There are 25 exhibits this year. In Sight is taking a look at five notable exhibitions from photographers Lynsey Addario, Adriana Loureiro Fernandez, Kirsten Luce, Laura Morton and Kasia Strek.

  • Behind the Reporting: How the War in Yemen Became a Bloody Stalemate – The New York Times

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    Behind the Reporting: How the War in Yemen Became a Bloody Stalemate – The New York Times

    Robert F. Worth writes about the local networks that helped him and Lynsey Addario safely report on the war in Yemen.

  • Lynsey Addario Is More Than a War Photographer | Vanity Fair

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    Lynsey Addario Is More Than a War Photographer | Vanity Fair

    In her first published collection of photographs, Of Love and War, photojournalist Lynsey Addario looks past her subjects’ impossible circumstances to show beauty and their humanity.

  • Lynsey Addario: An Unexpected Retrospective – The New York Times

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    Lynsey Addario: An Unexpected Retrospective – The New York Times

    20 years of photographs of conflict and women’s issue are collected in her new book “Of Love and War”

  • Find time for ‘Finding Home’ – Witness

    Find time for ‘Finding Home’ – Witness

    In this powerful interactive, Taimaa tells of the frustrations of waiting for asylum, the quiet moments of new motherhood, and the lonely struggle to fit in in a new land, through a series of text messages with TIME video journalist Francesca Trianni. The intimate and immersive page features photographs by Lynsey Addario and reporting by TIME’s Aryn Baker.

  • Lynsey Addario: Wartime Photojournalism Through The Lens of A Woman

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    Lynsey Addario: Wartime Photojournalism Through The Lens of A Woman

    Experiencing The Worst In People But Remembering The Beauty

  • Why Photographer Lynsey Addario Set Out to Break Muslim Stereotypes

    Why Photographer Lynsey Addario Set Out to Break Muslim Stereotypes

    Lynsey Addario talks about her experience working within these communities across the U.S. during a years-long reporting project.

  • The Fearless Lynsey Addario

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    The Fearless Lynsey Addario

    Katie Couric interviews the lauded photojournalist about her adventures abroad and her challenges at home.

  • Witnessing the Rohingya’s Invisible Genocide | TIME

    Witnessing the Rohingya’s Invisible Genocide

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    Lynsey Addario photographed the plight of Burma’s Rohingya