the new brazil

The NOOR Foundation is presents NOOR's new group project: The New Brazil.

 

Following the multi-year climate change project, which has been seen by millions in international print and online publications, exhibitions, street posters, projections, conferences, public art installations and social media, we now looked at Brazil, a country in fast transition.

 

This project, work in… read more ›

exhibition and screenings at the 24th edition of visa pour l’image

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 ›

courage and strength: portraits of those who have served

This fall the Honolulu Museum of Art presents the contemporary photography exhibition Courage and Strength: Portraits of Those Who Have Served. The exhibition features Nina Berman's "Purple Hearts", as well as work by Ashley Gilbertson, Peter Hapak, Tim Hetherington, and Suzanne Opton—five internationally acclaimed artists who have explored the contradictions of war through powerful images that provide an intimate, personal look at American men and women who… read more ›

visual storytelling in an open society

A six-month training opportunity for documentary photographers and photojournalists in Egypt.

In collaboration with Al-liquindoi Workshops and Cairo-based Contemporary Image Collective, NOOR continues its educational efforts in the Arab world. "Visual Storytelling in an Open Society" is a training opportunity for local photographers in Egypt.

The program provides fully funded training… read more ›