noor representative special projects europe

noor representative special projects europe

NOOR is pleased to announce that Camilla Invernizzi, founder of aBcM agency in Milan, will be NOOR’s new Representative for Special Projects in Europe.

 

aBcM is specialized in developing and producing photography projects by activating a network of professionals from different fields for cultural production and communication. aBcM experiments with interactive models and participatory projects that have a social impact and generate reciprocal relationships… read more ›

kadir van lohuizen ‘ali & laila’ exhibition

kadir van lohuizen ‘ali & laila’ exhibition

Last week NOOR photographer Kadir van Lohuizen's exhibition 'Ali & Laila, An Amsterdam Family History' exhibition opened at the Amsterdam museum. The exhibition portrays the Dutch-Moroccan Rharib family from Amsterdam East.

 

In 1993, Kadir met the family for the first time and spent some time with father Ali, mother Laila and their five children. Kadir photographed them in their daily life and followed Laila and her husband to… read more ›

rnw-noor visual storytelling academy in mexico kicks off

rnw-noor visual storytelling academy in mexico kicks off

A report back from academy moderator, photography editor and consultant Claudia Hinterseer (former managing director of NOOR)

 

So nice to be part of a NOOR project once again, it feels natural, like I’ve never been away…

It’s day one of the Latin-American chapter of the RNW-NOOR Academy and we’ve kicked-off on a high note: Jon Lowenstein, Sebastian Liste, Michiel Bles and Cristina Fernández Cuéllar of the read more ›

rnw-noor visual storytelling academy participants

rnw-noor visual storytelling academy participants

NOOR and Radio Netherlands Worldwide are proud to announce the list of 10 participants for the Visual Storytelling Academy, which starts Monday 20 October 2014 in Mexico City. We sincerely thank everyone who applied and congratulate the photographers who will be taking part in the academy:

 

Antonio Contreras Sanillan

Diego Mateos

Enrique Rashide Serrato Frías

Ernesto José Pérez Ramírez

Fred Ramos

Ivan Castaneira

Sara Escobar

Mariana Guevara

Itzia Sanchez

Montserrat Díaz Guzmán

 

During the academy, these participants, together with NOOR… read more ›

noor is looking for an intern

noor is looking for an intern

 

NOOR photo agency is looking for:

 

Intern (full time)

NOOR, the Amsterdam based international documentary photography agency, was founded in 2007 with the aim to actively and collectively promote, sell and exhibit the works of its members on the international market.

 

Intern Profile:

 

NOOR is looking for an intelligent, ambitious, pro-active and enthusiastic intern with a strong affinity for communications, world affairs and documentary photography - who enjoys working independently and in a… read more ›

about thinking visually

about thinking visually

This week in Hilversum, the Netherlands the RNW-NOOR Academy kicked off with a three-day training on visual storytelling for a select group of editors working for Radio Netherlands Worldwide (RNW). The 14 participants represent different regional editorial departments of RNW being the Arab, Africa, Latin America and China Desks. Amongst the participants were also social media editors and web designers from the ‘Themes & Projects’ department.

 

 

The group,… read more ›

NOOR at photoville 2014

NOOR at photoville 2014
NOOR's recent group project in Za'atari is now shown at PHOTOVILLE –  the largest annual photographic event of New York City; it is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. For Nina Berman this is an inspiring event ''it was here that I first started thinking about the possibilities for large-scale outdoor photographic displays''. NOOR is excited to bring the Za'atari project to this location, after it was initially installed… read more ›

sebastian liste inside the venezuelan prison published in paris match

sebastian liste inside the venezuelan prison published in paris match

Vista Hermosa is one of Venezuela’s most notorious prisons. As violence plagued thecountry, the prison population grew and clashes between prisoners and guards became common. Rather than improving conditions, prison authorities have allowed them to descend into near-chaos. Inside, the inmates live and die in a world of their own making. In Venezuelan prisons, inmates are in control.