This is a workshop about the emotional and sub-conscious content of photos–about how to make photos that come from that place, and that help truly define your own voice as a photographer.
Instructor: Sara Terry
Location: New York
Cost: $1,800 USD
Duration: 5 Days
Class size: 10
Skill level: All levels
This multidisciplinary project examines the ethics, people, processes, and systems that constitute the maintenance of, and barriers to, health for human beings.
with Ed Kashi and Nolan Ryan Trowe
Bridgeport Art Center
Third Floor Gallery
Over the last three decades, Ron Haviv has covered more than twenty-five conflicts and worked in over one hundred countries.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lubar Entrepreneurship Center Atrium
At this year's Journalism under Fire event, Ron Haviv will give a presentation entitled "How has the Camera Shaped the Truth?"
The New Mexico State Capitol Building — “The Roundhouse”
Santa Fe, New Mexico
For the first time ever, VII Photo Agency co-founders Christopher Morris and Ron Haviv will speak together about their images from the dissolution of the Former Yugoslavia.
Starting at 7 pm
Free to attend
The seven female photographers of the photography agency VII propose their visual reflections on contemporary masculinity and its media and artistic representations at Photoforum Pasquart in Biel, Switzerland. Documentary or conceptual, their projects explore and rethink the images and archetypes generally associated with the masculine. The exhibition grows from the authors' participation in the volatile contemporary debate about gender, power and representation. With Anush Babajanyan, Linda Bournane Engelberth, Jessica Dimmock, Ilvy Njiokiktjien, Nichole Sobecki, Maggie Steber, Sara Terry and a performance…Find out more »
First published in 2010 by de.MO Quest for Identity is a collection of photographs of personal belongings exhumed from mass graves in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The photographs show belongings that victims carried with themselves on their way to execution. During this meeting of the VII Book Club–a free event–you'll have the opportunity to discuss and analyze author Ziyah Gafic's book, Quest for Identity. Ziyah will read and present his book in a live session that will be followed by a Q&A and open…Find out more »
This live event is on April 9 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT. During this lecture, Ilvy will guide us through the long and nuanced 12-year journey that became her signature project, 'Born Free — Mandela's Generation of Hope,' about South Africa's post-apartheid generation. During the workshop, she will explain how she found the characters around whom the narrative of the story is constructed, and share insights into some of the delicate issues she had to confront within a continually evolving and…Find out more »
This live event is on April 16 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT. Join Christopher Morris as he discusses how political photography transformed his vision as a photographer and brought him to the realization that he is a visual anthropologist. With examples of his work from projects such as My America and Americans, he'll demonstrate the evolution of his images into a purer form and share with you his current work. This interactive lecture will be broadcast on both Facebook LIVE and ZOOM. To join us via Facebook LIVE, simply navigate…Find out more »
This live event is on April 23 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT. As photographers, we are most often telling the stories of others. We are a curious bunch and want to know what happened, when, and why. We are very privileged that people let us into their lives, often at the very worst times. This lecture will be about how we can enter into these intimate and difficult situations in a tender and respectful way with people who we don’t know…Find out more »
This live event is on April 26 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT. Homesick by Maciek Nabrdalik is a study of the Chernobyl disaster as a sociological catastrophe, photographed in the Exclusion Zone, a place he visited 14 times over 10 years. In Chernobyl Prayer, Svetlana Alexievich observed that the Chernobyl disaster should be described with similar words one uses to describe war: explosion, fire, evacuation, the military, damage, casualties, and monuments. If we look into the consequences of the Chernobyl event…Find out more »
VII Interactive: In Conversation. “How can photographers cover the world’s deadly viruses?” with Nichole Sobecki
Join Ed Kashi on May 6 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT for a book club discussion of Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta, moderated by Ziyah Gafic.Find out more »
VII Interactive: Lecture [in FRENCH]. “Think Big, Slow Down. Large Format Photography” with Eric Bouvet
Join us for a book club meeting with Stefano De Luigi retracing the genesis of his iDyssey book project. In the spring of 2012, the photographer, armed only with two iPhone 3s to document his travels, set out to retrace the Mediterranean voyage of Homer’s Odysseus, considered one of the greatest masterpieces of Western literature.Find out more »
Join Ashley Gilbertson on May 19 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT for a book club discussion of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and Bedrooms of the Fallen, moderatFind out more »
This live event is on May 22 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT. Join John Stanmeyer on May 22 at 16:00 CET/10:00 EDT for a book club discussion of Island of the Spirits, moderated by Ziyah Gafic. Spirits are everywhere in Bali. Trees, temples, mountains, stones, water appear sacred to the Balinese, all serving as a hand reaching out and into the other world of ancestors and gods and the maelstrom of good and evil. Balinese spiritual culture has its roots in Indian Hinduism,…Find out more »
VII Interactive Book Club. “While the Fires Burn. A Glacier Odyssey” and “Tales from a Globalizing World” by Daniel Schwartz
This live event is on May 28 at @ 10AM EDT / 2 PM GMT / 4PM CEST.Find out more »