Vrij Nederland recently published the reportage on fracking by Nina Berman. In her ongoing project about hydraulic fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, Nina Berman documents the frenzied gas… read more ›
Fractured: The Shale Play, by Nina Berman in the Italian weekly Internazionale this week.
Natural Gas has been hailed as a clean, plentiful source of fuel, an easy alternative to depleting oil reserves and polluting coal. Advances in drilling technology have opened areas of natural gas deposits previously off limits.… read more ›
In lower Manhattan now at night, with no power, cell phone service, light is from police and ambulance lights, red, orange, blue, or from the little flashlights people carry while they're walking their dogs, or from car lights, and just Tuesday night, buses.
The point of reference, like the North Star, is the Empire State Building, the line of demarcation. Everything North of the… read more ›
The last intensive workshop of the training program for documentary photographers and photojournalists in Egypt ended last evening with a farewell dinner.
It was a great experience for all involved and the participating photographers produced strong visual reportage about several important social issues in contemporary Egyptian society.
Soon we’ll share the features produced during… read more ›
Images of armed conflict and its aftermath to explore 165 years of armed conflict through the eyes of photographers.Coming November, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston will debut an unprecedented exhibition exploring the experience of war through the eyes of photographers. It showcases photographs, books, magazines, albums and… read more ›
To celebrate our 5‐year anniversary, we made eleven small books in partnership with Blurb®. Each book contains work from the past five years chosen by each member photographer according to their personal visions: Nina Berman, Pep Bonet, Andrea Bruce, Alixandra Fazzina, Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev, Kadir van Lohuizen, Jon Lowenstein, Francesco Zizola and former members Philip Blenkinsop… read more ›