The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund today announces, exclusively through TIME LightBox, the winners of its 2015 grants
This year’s selection of awardees are Massimo Berruti, Matt Black, Peter DiCampo, Emine Gozde Sevim, Curran Hatleberg, Guy Martin, Pete Muller, Elena Perlino, Nii Obodai Provencal, Asim Rafiqui and Peter van Agtmael
AFD / Polka Grand Prix for the Best Photo Report Project: Massimo Berruti for “Drops. Water crisis in Gaza and the West Bank”
Prize: EUR 15,000 of financing for a reportage and its publication in the magazine Polka.
The contest for governance, then, became a battle between two more religiously-inclined heavyweights — former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan. Of the duo, Khan’s story is far more interesting. Not long ago, he was known simply as a handsome star athlete with an alleged “playboy” lifestyle. But his subsequent entrance into Pakistani politics as a pious outsider keen to clean up the corrupt status quo galvanized much of the country’s youth and urban middle class
Massimo Berruti Pakistan: Fade Into Dust [ ESSAY CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENT ] Pakistan is considered to have had a key role in the start of the war on terrorism, as probably it will have a main role…
The purpose of this project is to look through the changing society of Pakistan and the upward spiral of violence this country has fallen into since September 2001. A spyral that is driven by something invisible, its first target being the people. Something that risks to invest us all.