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Mark Henley speaking at opening of Swiss Press Photo

Mark Henley will be speaking at the opening of this year’s Swiss Press Photo 14, an award he has won for he second time this year with his work from the Iran nuclear disarmament talks, at:

Käfigturm
Spitalgasse 4
3011 Bern
Switzerland

on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 from 6.30pm onwards.

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Video of Robin Hammond’s presentation of recent National Geographic commission online


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Adam Hinton wins Kontinent photography award

Adam Hinton has won a 2nd Place award in the Editorial/Documentary Single Image category at this year’s Kontinent Photography Awards with his image of a painter working during the Maidan protests in February 2014.

An artist paints the scene at Hrushevsky Street on the way to parliament building.

To view the whole winners gallery, please click HERE.


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Two Panos photographers nominated for the Visa d’Or prize at Visa pour l’Image photo festival

Two Panos photographers – Sean Sutton and William Daniels – have been nominated for the prestigious Visa d’Or News award which will be presented on 6 September 2014 during the week-long Visa pour l’Image photo festival in Perpignan, France.

William Daniels has been nominated for his World Press Photo award-winning work on the crisis in the Central African Republic.

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Sean Sutton has been nominated for his work on the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan which struck the Philippines in 2013.


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To view a list of all the nominees, click HERE.


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Chloe Dewe Mathews’ new book Shot at Dawn to launch at Flanders House, London

Chloe Dewe Mathews’ latest project – Shot at Dawn – a series of images showing the locations where soldiers from Britain, Belgium and France were shot for desertion or cowardice, will be published as a book by Ivorypress and launched at:

Flanders House
1A Cavendish Square
London W1G 0LD

on Monday, 14 July 2014.

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MMXIV, a new book by Stephan Vanfleteren

Stephan Vanfleteren’s latest book – MMXIV – has been published by Uitgeverij Hannibal. The book is a unique set of portraits of the Red Devils, Belgium’s national football team, who have just made it through to the quarter finals of the Football World Cup in Brazil.

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Click on the image above to order a copy or click HERE to view the full set on the Panos website.


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Ghost Peleton at Leeds Arena opens the Tour de France

The Tour de France 2014 Opening Ceremony and Team Presentation will see the biggest stars from the world of cycling gather at the Leeds arena on the evening of Thursday 3rd July 2014. A highlight of the event will be a performance of Ghost Peloton with choreography of illuminated cyclists set to live film mixing and a pulsing soundtrack. Created by Phoenix Dance Theatre and public art organisation NVA, and inspired by the wheel in motion, Ghost Peloton premiered as part of the Yorkshire Festival. This celebration of arts and culture is being held over the 100 days preceding the Grand Depart, which tours Yorkshire on the 5th and 6th July.

Tim Smith photographed the ‘dress rehearsal’ of the Ghost Peleton.

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To see a full set of images, please click HERE.


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William Daniels announced as winner of ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’or award

Panos photographer William Daniels has won the annual ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’or award for his work on the crisis in the Central African Republic.

The award is given to work which “highlights the issues of health care in danger and respect for the medical mission in armed conflict and other situations of violence.” In addition to a prize of € 8,000, William’s work will be exhibited during this year’s Visa pour l’Image in Perpignan, France, alongside another exhbitition of his recent work on the Far East of Russia for National Geographic.

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We congratulate him on winning this prestigious and important award with his outstanding work on an underreported conflict.


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Two Panos photographers commended at LUMIX photo festival in Hannover, Germany

Two Panos photographers – Andrea Gjestvang and Mads Nissen – were given Honourable Mentions at the recent LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism in Hannover, Germany.

Andrea was commended for her piece entitled One Day In History, a set of portraits of survivors of the Utoya massacre in Norway.

Mads was given an Honourable Mention for his long term project on Homophobia in Russia.

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Andrea also won the Audience Award for her Utoya work.


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Mark Henley’s The Vaults screened at Les Nuits Photographiques

Mark Henley’s multimedia The Vaults which looks at the secretive world of Swiss banking will be screened as part of this year’s Les Nuits Photographiques at:

Pavillon Carré de Baudouin
corner rue des Pyrénées and 121 rue de Ménilmontant
Paris

every Saturday from 13 June to 2 August 2014.

The Vaults from Panos Pictures on Vimeo.


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Panos photographers projected at Visa pour l’Image in Perpignan, France

In addition to exhibitions of Panos photographers’ work at this year’s Visa pour l’Image in Perpignan, France, six photographers – Shiho Fukada, Martin Roemers, Ahikam Seri, Brian Sokol, Robin Hammond and Hossein Fatemi – will have their work projected on one of the evening screenings during the festival.

Shiho Fukada‘s will be showing her award-winning work on Japan’s “Disposable Workers”

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Martin Roemers will be showing his work on the “Relics of the Cold War”

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Hossein Fatemi’s
work on daily life in Iran – An Iranian Journey – will also feature.


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Ahikam Seri will be showing his long term project on African migrants in Israel.

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and Brian Sokol will be showing recent work from South Sudan.

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Robin Hammond’s recent commission for National Geographic magazine looking at food security and agriculture in Africa will also be screened.

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Adrian Evans, Fran Sears, Harry Hardie and our new assignments and social media editor Sonia Jeunet will all be travelling to Perpignan for the professional week.


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Ami Vitale taking part in the Danube Revisited – the Inge Morath Truck Project

Ami Vitale is one of nine female photographers who are planning to take a converted truck along the route of the Danube River in the footsteps of Austrian born Magnum photographer Inge Morath (1923 – 2003) who set out in May 1958 to attempt the same journey. At the time she was prevented by the Cold War from reacher her destination.

The nine photojournalists will take Morath’s work back along the route of the river organising night projections, artist talks, photo forums and engaging in cultural exchange with institutions and organisations along the route. At the same time they will be producing new work of their own.

The project is driven by “a core motivation for each of these women … to support the under-represented female voice in documentary photography. As such they have created a project that is for women, by women, and in the legacy of a pioneering woman.”

To view some of Inge Morath’s images of the Danube, click on the image from TIME Lightbox below.

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For their Kickstarter campaign to raise money for the journey the nine – Ami Vitale, Olivia Arthur, Emily Schiffer, Lurdes R Basoli, Claire Martin, Claudia Guadarrama, Jessica Dimmock, Mimi Chakarova and Kathryn Cook – have produced a video which you can view below.

You can click HERE to donate to the Kickstarter campaign.


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Chris de Bode in The Hague, Netherlands

Mads Nissen at FREELENSE Galerie, Hamburg, Germany

Martin Roemers at Anastasia Photo, NY, USA

Martin Roemers at Huis Marseille, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hossein Fatemi in VSD magazine

Suzanne Lee in Marie Claire France

Robin Hammond on National Geographic website

Andrew Testa in Sunday Times Magazine

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