As with most of Ed Kashi’s work, the ultimate goal is to learn how to find a subject you are passionate about, and find a visual strategy to document it.
Tag Archives | VII Photo Agency
All At Once, Photography Workshop with all VII photographers. In June of 2016, VII photographers will convene in Barcelona
VII Photo and Eyes in Progress announce a series of 4 Visual Storytelling Photography Workshops that will happen in 2015 in Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Berlin.
This show uses the power of storytelling and visual arts to draw attention to the US military communities affected by the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
A series of portraits of anti-government protestors and mourners made in a makeshift photographic studio in Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) in Kiev.
World Press Photo is committed to supporting and advancing high standards in photojournalism and documentary photography worldwide. On Friday 18 April 2014 De Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam opens World Press Photo 14.
HOST launches a series of initiatives aimed at the public of Fotografia Europea, with a direct exchange with the 23 photographers of VII agency.
It’s common to hear photojournalists described as the eyes of the world, acting as witnesses to events that we would otherwise not see. To some extent this is true, but it’s a simplified description that suggests passive observation and it denies the greater function of active investigation that defines great photojournalism…
Writer(s): Stephen Mayes
This project explores the extraordinary and unknown daily life of the people here. The breaking news and the geopolitical interest in these regions remains…
For more than a thousand years, the Catholic Church has been interwoven into Poland’s cultural and political fabric, occupying a prominent role at the center of Polish life.
In 2008, Nagorno-Karabakh’s de facto government introduced the Birth Encouragement Program, which distributes cash payments to newlyweds for each baby born, with the aim of repopulating the region after the devastating 1991-1994
This work interrogates the interrogators. Without confessions and guilty pleas, courts everywhere would grind to a halt in an instant…
There are few plastic gangsters in these pages. The exhibitionism of the late 90s has given way to realism, the vaudeville pageant replaced with first communions and birthday parties.
Over the course of seven years, award-winning documentary photographer Tomas van Houtryve secured unprecedented access to North Korea, Cuba, China, Nepal, Vietnam, Laos and Moldova.