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refugees in germany

For TIME Yuri Kozyrev has been covering the exodus of asylum seekers fleeing from countries like Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Eritrea to escape war and poverty. After following the migrant trail from Turkey through Greece, Hungary and the Balkans, in December he traveled to Germany, where gyms, classrooms and former airport hangars have been converted into refugee shelters.

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nina berman winner of the 2016 aftermath project grant

We are pleased to announce that Nina Berman has been awarded the 2016 Aftermath Project grant for her project "Acknowledgment of Danger" which will document the toxic legacy of war on the American landscape. Nina has spent most of her career investigating the American military, the human cost of war and militarization of American life

Shadow Lives USA

chapo's chicago

Chicago is struggling to contain gang violence fueled by heroin and other drugs, 80 percent from the Sinaloa cartel that Joaquin Guzman, 'El Chapo', runs from the remote mountains of northern Mexico. Jon Lowenstein has been living in South Side of Chicago for the past 10 years, documenting the ongoing street and structural violence. 

Women on the square chant slogans against Mubarak.

5th anniversary arab spring

This year marks the 5th anniversary of the Arab spring in Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Bahrain. Yuri Kozyrev and Andrea Bruce have been covering the world-changing events across North Africa and the Middle East, documenting aspirations and challenges of these revolutions.

The idea of india

the idea of india

On 26 Jan, India celebrates its Republic Day. In 'The Idea of India', Asim Rafiqui explores the aftermath of religious conflict in India, documenting pluralist landscapes, shared sacred sites and cultural traditions, as well as efforts at reconciliation within divided communities.

Climate change / sea-level rise in Kiribati

where will we go

With his project 'Where will we go',  Kadir van Lohuizen documents the human and environmental costs of rising sea levels.  His work is on view at Nieuwland, The Netherlanads, from 14 Jan to 12 June and at Les Berges de Vessy, Switzerland, from 20 Jan to 22 May. 

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francesco zizola at macro

Francesco Zizola's series on 'Atletico Diritti', the first italian football team made up of students, migrants and former inmates, is part of a collective exhibition about Rome's outskirts, 'Oltre le mura di Roma', 21 Jan - 10 March.  

more from noor

Check out our recent tearsheets from Yuri Kozyrev, Kadir Van Lohuizen and Jon Lowenstein in TIME, Vanity Fair and more.

  

Nina Berman's photographs are published in a new book by Myles Little, '1% Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality'. The work will also be in an exhibition opening February 4 at Gage Gallery, Chicago.

 

Yuri Kozyrev will be part of the 2016 LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph, 13-19 June in Charlottesville, Virginia. 

 

Nina Berman's photographs on gun culture in the USA are on view in 'Unloaded', a group show opening on Feb 3 at the Handwerker Gallery at Ithaca College, New York.

 

Francesco Zizola will be lecturing at this year's LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism, 15-19 June, Hanover, Germany.

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