The Aaron Siskind Foundation is an “organization serving the lens arts community. It works to preserve and protect Aaron’s artistic legacy and foster knowledge of and appreciation for his art through new books, exhibits, educational events and scholarly research. It seeks to support contemporary photographic art and art-making through a variety of projects, events and collaborations.” The foundation provides grants
The winners of the 72nd POYi Awards have been announced, and VII Photo Agency is pleased to share the news that photographers Ed Kashi, Marcus Bleasdale, and Tomas van Houtryve were all recognized in this year’s awards. Ed Kashi was named Multimedia Photographer of the Year highlighting his films “Syria’s Lost Generation”, “Mexico: Needless Suffering at End of Life”, “Under
In 2015, Ed Kashi, Ron Haviv, Stefano De Luigi and John Stanmeyer will lead photography workshops in 4 different European capitals: Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Berlin, as part of the Eyes in Progress’ workshops program. Aim Learn and improve how to build a documentary reportage by covering an editorial story. To refine storytelling and story composition by analyzing real-situation problems,
Congratulations to VII’s Ed Kashi, winner of one of the top international photographers awards at the 14th annual Pingyao International Photography Festival (PIP). On September 20, VII photographer Sim Chi Yin hosted a “Meet VII” talk at the festival, which included a Q&A, a presentation of VII’s work and a video interview with Ed Kashi. On September 21, Chi Yin
Ed Kashi and Julie Winokur of Talking Eyes Media were honored with the PDN Publisher’s Choice Award in the 2014 Photo Annual for their film “Syria’s Lost Generation.”
VII is proud to announce that photographers Ashley Gilbertson, Ed Kashi, and Davide Monteleone, were recognized in the 2014 PDN Photo Annual Awards.
Ed Kashi has accepted an invitation to jury the 2014 FotoEvidence Book Award.
Ed Kashi will serve as a jury member for the 2014 World Press Photo Multimedia Contest.
The all-online Forward Thinking Museum features Ed Kashi’s “Abandoned Moments,” a photo exhibition exploring “the decisive moment’s” opposite.