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Ed Kashi will be exhibiting work at this year’s 5th International Photography Festival in Tel Aviv, Israel. The festival will present local and International exhibitions by world acclaimed photographers, historic documentation from Israel’s best archives, social activism projects, lectures, master classes, workshops, gallery talks and much more. About the festival The Festival is organized by Platforma, an independent nonprofit company established in 2011. The Festival enables Platforma to promote its values, including social activism and building bridges between cultures and…Find out more »
About 20,000 Syrian refugees have settled in Armenia and Artsakh since the beginning of the ravaging war in Syria. Most of them are Syrian Armenians, descendants of those who fled the Ottoman Empire a century ago amid the Genocide. "Home to Home" is a retrospective of the lives of Syrian-Armenian newcomers in Armenia and Artsakh documented by prominent female photographers Nazik Armenakyan and Piruza Khalapyan of the 4 Plus Documentary Photography Center and Anush Babajanyan of VII, who have been…Find out more »
The photographs from this exhibition show what glaciers are, what they do and how they are concerned. Glaciers are a dynamic system and store of unrestricted resources. Glaciers are both an archive of climatic history and civilization's progress. Since the end of the Little Ice Age they are losing surface and mass; Since the middle of the 20th century due to the anthropogenically co-originated global warming faster than before. Glaciers are places of remembrance. Glacial defrosting and the emergence of…Find out more »
Blue Sky Days will be on display at the BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels with large format gelatin-silver prints as part of the Watching You, Watching Me group exhibition.
with Tomas van Houtryve
BOZAR, Palais des Beaux-Arts Bruxelles
Lost Nation is a series of photographs made over the past ten years in marginalized communities throughout Middle America.
with Danny Wilcox Frazier
The film accompanies the Swiss photographer Daniel Schwartz, as he completes his project "While the Fires Burn," devoted to the melting and agony of glaciers. In doing so, the filmmaker's approach allows viewers to dive into the work of his protagonist, inscribed in a humanist tradition made of awareness and understanding of major themes defining our present time. "Beyond the Obvious" will be screened on the following dates during the Solothurn Film Festival: Thursday, 25 January, 8.30 pm, Palace Sunday, 28 January,…Find out more »
Redux Pictures, in collaboration with SVA BFA Photography and Video, present YEAR ONE: A visual reflection of the first year of the Trump Presidency.
with Ed Kashi, Ron Haviv, Christopher Morris, and Tomas Van Houtryve
214 East 21st Street
iDyssey is a photographic project that aims to combine two extremes of our culture.
with Stefano De Luigi
Plenum fotografia contemporanea
The Gallery at Leica Store San Francisco will present The Secret Garden of Lily LaPalma, an imaginative dream sequence produced by photographer Maggie Steber for which she was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation Grant in 2017.
with Maggie Steber
on view February 19 - April 7, 2018
San Francisco, California
In the aftermath of the Flint water crisis, Flint Town takes an intimate look at the state of policing in America through the lens of the Flint Police Department.
with Zack Canepari, Jessica Dimmock
New York, New York
This film outlines Schwartz’s personal motivations, showing us a photographer who has been involved for many decades, and giving us access to the fascinating works of a man taking responsibility through art.
with Daniel Schwartz
Festival International du Film sur l'Art
Ron Haviv's new exhibition, Shadow of Memory, opens on March 30, 2018 at City Hall in Sarajevo, Bosnia.
with Ron Haviv
Vijecnica (Sarajevo City Hall)
“Each one of us is intimately attached to the soil of this beautiful country,” Nelson Mandela said in his inaugural speech in 1994.
with Sara Terry
Artist Opening Reception on Thursday, April 10 from 6 – 9pm
United Photo Industries Gallery
Brooklyn, New York
Step back into the enchanting period of analog film! Visit the Lost Rolls America vintage-style Airstream in Los Angeles from April 12-15, 2018.
with Ron Haviv
The Line Hotel
Los Angeles, California
The Time to See Photography Exhibition will be held at the entrance of the London Bridge City Pier, South Bank, London.
with Ashley Gilbertson
London Bridge City Pier
One of Antonin Kratochvil’s iconic photos of David Bowie is included in Spotify’s “immersive David Bowie subway takeover.”
with Antonin Kratochvil
Broadway-Lafayette Subway Station
New York City, New York
In this photographic work-in-progress project, the artist searches for her own family roots.
with Linda Bournane Engelberth
on view April 24 - May 26, 2018
Flint is a place is a cross-platform episodic documentary series about Flint, Michigan.
with Zackary Canepari
Bronx Documentary Center
Through photography and rare archival imagery, Climate for Conflict explores the environmental roots of conflict in Somalia, and the ways its woes spill beyond its place on the map.
with Nichole Sobecki
Nikola Rukaj Gallery
Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival