“One thing that I learned … is that a lot of people felt really traumatized during their stay in refugee camps,” says Pin. He adds that violence and rape were common.
Pin will also be showing at EN FOCO from April 29-July 19, 2013. The exhibition will take place at Moteflore Family Health Center at 360 E. 193 Street in Bronx NY. For more information visit the EN FOCO site.
Congratulations to Pete for such an exciting month!
Fantastic work by 2013 Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund Fellow, Ruth Prieto Arenas is featured today on the NYT LENS blog. Ruth’s work is also being exhibited at LA RUTA, a theatrical collaboration and photographic installation currently on view in Snug Harbor.
Alexis Lambrou, 2012 Emergency Fund Fellow, was published in New York Times Sunday Metropolitan section and featured on NYT Lens blog for her work “Teaching for Life.” Lambrou followed Ferrin Bujan, a young teacher at Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School and was curious to explore what it was like to be a 22-year-old teacher teaching 18-year-old students.
View the photo essay at New York Times Lens blog today.
Bruce Gilden, 2010 EF photographer, was featured in New Yorker’s “Home Economics” print spread for his work on Foreclosures in America. The article was published February 4, 2013 and penned by Tad Friend. To read the whole article please click here.
Ben Lowy’s iLibya was featured in MotherJones as part of the MotherJones-Magnum foundation partnership. His work in Libya using an iPhone examines the scars and new hopes of the revolution-torn nation.
Magnum Foundation participated in Photoville, a seven-day photography festival on the Brooklyn Waterfront. MF transformed two shipping containers into unique home-like galleries to enforce the project themes featured in Bruce Gilden’s No Place Like Home and Sim Chi Yin’s Rat Tribe.