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 ›
The 24th edition of the international festival of journalism Visa pour l'Image, held from 1 to 21 September, is exhibiting Stanley Greene's e-waste project while Pep Bonet and Kadir van Lohuizen have a screening. See below for a description of each project.
Stanley Greene followed the trail of electronic waste in Nigeria, China, India and Pakistan. The exhibition will be on show at read more ›
Nina Berman, Andrea Bruce, Yuri Kozyrev and Stanley Greene are featured in Michael Kamber's book "Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq".
Limited editions of 30 are now available. The book will be released at the end of the year.
With the world population reaching seven billion, soon the question comes as to what effect that has on our living conditions. Rapid urbanization in the last fifteen years has been accompanied by an increase in slum settlements and according to UN-HABITAT, more than thirty percent of urban… read more ›
Stanley Greene is following the trail of electronic waste to Nigeria, India, China and Pakistan.After documenting e-waste in Nigeria, Stanley travelled to India. There, workers dismantle computer boards, inverters, and other sorts of electronic waste for recycling, getting paid USD 4 a day. When breaking open these highly… read more ›