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 Eglise des Dominicains. Realized with the support of GEO France and a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography.

Since 2008 when Pep Bonet first started to photograph the mythical rock ‘n roll band Motörhead, he has been with them in Europe and South America, and spent time with them in recording studios in the US. Röadkill: Motörhead is the exceptional result of the many hours on the road with the band. The project will come out as a book this fall and is presented during the 4 September evening screening.

Kadir van Lohuizen spent a year on the road documenting migration in the Americas, traveling from South to North America for Via PanAm. During the evening screening on 5 September, Visa pour l’Image presents “The Trail of the Migrants“, the chapter of the project that shows the path followed by the migrants by bus, on foot, or by hitching rides on freight trains from Guatemala, across Mexico to the US.

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