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Images from the January 11th, 2015 republican march against terrorism and antisemitism in Paris. This massive demonstration occurred only days after the terror attacks in Paris. Read full story
Oct 16, 2016
This intimate workshop (no more than 10 photographers) is taught by Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris, a creative photographic team who together and apart have published 17 books. During this intensive NYC workshop, you will work with a designer on your own cover. With Alex and Rebecca, you will work on editing and sequencing your project and discuss all aspects of bookmaking and publishing, including... More...
Sep 29, 2016
During this Berlin workshop with Patrick Zachmann, you will learn how to build a documentary reportage story, learning how to refine your storytelling technique through analysis. Patrick Zachmann will dedicate time to analysis of images, content, and editing. Most importantly, the workshop will help you to discover your own visual language as well as teach you the practical and conceptual know-how... More...
Sep 17, 2016
"Koudelka’s unsentimental, stark, brooding, intensely human imagery reflect his own spirit, the very essence of an exile who is at home wherever his wandering body finds haven in the night."_ Cornell Capa

The exhibition features one of the most powerful documents of spiritual and physical states of exile. The sense of mystery that fills these photographs – mostly taken during Koudelka’s years... More...
Sep 11, 2016
Gazebook is a cultural event that will take place in Punta Secca (Sicily, Italy) for the 2nd edition from September 9, 2016 to September 11, 2016.

The event aims to promote photography especially photobook.

During the three days of Gazebook, it will be possible to interact with experts that run a worldwide leader-role in photography as authors, publishers and critics.

Gazebook will give the opportunity... More...
Sep 9, 2016
On 8th April 1961 the MV Dara, a ship carrying passengers between India, Pakistan and the Gulf, sank just off the port of Dubai. An estimated 238 people lost their lives. Some bodies were never found and relatives of the missing continue to this day to search for their loved ones.

Olivia Arthur imagines a survivor returning to Dubai fifty years later, and what they would see. Through photographs and... More...