Ilvy Njiokiktjien’s latest work for The New York Times focuses on dementia patients in the Netherlands.
“…Their bus ride — a route on the flat, tree-lined country roads of the Dutch countryside — was a simulation that plays out several times a day on three video screens. It is part of an unorthodox approach to dementia treatment that doctors and caregivers across the Netherlands have been pioneering: harnessing the power of relaxation, childhood memories, sensory aids, soothing music, family structure and other tools to heal, calm and nurture the residents, rather than relying on the old prescription of bed rest, medication and, in some cases, physical restraints.”
Photograph Magazine published a 6-page portfolio of “The Dead Lizards Army” by Maggie Steber in their most recent issue.
With a story about the project by Elisabeth Biondi, the project is part of “The Secret Garden of Lily LaPalma” for which Maggie received a Guggenheim Foundation Grant in 2017.
On a recent assignment for The New York Times, Nichole Sobecki photographed a group of Muslim women in Zanzibar who are challenging a culture that says only men can play soccer.
This week’s newsletter, featuring new publications by Zackary Canepari, Jessica Dimmock, Christopher Morris and Nichole Sobecki, is out.
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“Irene Ojiambo is one of at least two women this year who have accused Kenyan rugby players of sexually assaulting them.”
On assignment for BuzzFeed, Nichole Sobecki’s images are featured in a piece about the rugby rape culture in Kenya.