Robin Hammond’s award-winning, long-term project on the lives of people living under the long reign of Robert Mugabe – Zimbabwe: Your Wounds Will Be Named Silence has been picked as one of the Best Photobooks of 2013 by TIME Magazine.
To see the full set of images please click HERE.
Robin Hammond’s award-winning, long-term project on the reign of Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe is the first work of a photojournalist to be published as part of the Editions Bessard’s Zine Editions with a limited print run of 300 copies.
To see the whole set of images, please click HERE.
Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa and universally revered leader of the struggle against Apartheid in South Africa, died on 5 December 2013 at his home in Johannesburg after struggling with failing health over the past year.
A number of Panos photographers met with and photographed Mandela over the years. Some of their images here below. To see a larger selection, please click HERE.
Nelson Mandela raises his fist in his characteristic salute on the day after his release from prison. He spent the first night at Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s residence in Bishopscourt, South Africa. 1990. © Graeme Williams / Panos Pictures
Nelson Mandela speaks to the crowd at a rally in the FNB stadium in Soweto after his release from prison, Johannesburg, 1990. © Graeme Williams / Panos Pictures
Nelson Mandela greeting a staff member at his office shortly after he became President, Johannesburg, South Africa. 1994. © Paul Weinberg / Panos Pictures
Nelson Mandela flanked by supermodels Kate Moss (left) and Naomi Campbell (right) at a charity event at the presidential guesthouse in Cape Town, South Africa. 1998. © Eric Miller / Panos Pictures
Nelson Mandela casts his vote for the African National Congress (ANC) at the Killarney Country Club in Houghton, Johannesburg on the day of the 2009 general election. South Africa, 2009. © James Oatway / Panos Pictures
Nelson Mandela on a state visit to the Netherlands. 1994. © Martin Roemers / Panos Pictures
Chloe Dewe Mathews’ work on the Caspian will be exhibited at:
Central Dupont Images
74 rue Joseph de Maistre
from 17 November 2013 until 10 January 2014.
The Private View takes place on 21 November 2013 from 7.00 to 10.00pm.
To view more of Chloe’s images, please click HERE.
Hossein Fatemi’s work on women in Afghanistan will be projected at this year’s Angkor Photo Festival in Siem Reap, Cambodia, between 23 and 30 November 2013.
To view the whole set, please click on the image above or HERE.
Martin Roemers’ Doha gallery East Wing is taking his work on the world’s megacities – Metropolis – to this year’s Paris Photo which will take place at:
Avenue Winston Churchill
from 14 to 17 November 2013.
For more information on the event, please click HERE.
Petrut Calinescu‘s new book Pride and Concrete, which looks at the lives of Romanian migrant labourers, some of whom have made their fortunes abroad and are returning to display their new found wealth ostentatiously back home, is now out and available.
You can view the full photo story HERE.
Click HERE to watch the movie.
To buy the book, go to the Pride and Concrete website.
Patrick Brown will be exhibiting some of his early work from Malawi at the Perth Centre for Photography.
In celebration of The Perth Centre for Photography’s 21st Anniversary, they are delving into their archives to display work from over 60 past artists.
The exhibition runs from the 1st November to the 8th of December 2013
On Solid Ground, a photo exhibition produced by Panos Pictures in collaboration with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO), is moving to Cvjetni trg, Zagreb, Croatia, where it will remain until 7 November. Click HERE for a map of the exact location.
A portrait of Milos, an ethnic Serb who fled from Croatia in 1995 and came back in 2001, sitting at a table in his home with his tamburica, Croatia. © Adam Patterson/Panos Pictures
Seven Panos photographers asked refugees and survivors of disaster in seven communities across the globe what home means to them.
On Solid Ground tells the stories of those starting afresh in unfamiliar cities, rebuilding homes they were forced to abandon decades before, or embracing new means of survival in the face of crisis.
Marjee (left) and his wife Shugna (right) holding their daughter Kawila, sit on their bed in their house in Umerkot district, Sindh province. Pakistan © Shiho Fukada/Panos Pictures
To find out more and share your own experiences of what makes
a home, visit www.onsolidground.eu
Zagreb images © Dragan Bursac
Jason Larkin will be launching his new book – Tales from the City of Gold – focusing on the legacy of Johannesburg’s mining past, at London’s Photographers Gallery Bookshop on 7 November 2013 from 6.30 – 8.00 pm.
The Photographers Gallery Bookshop
16-18 Ramillies Street
London W1F 7LW