Nic Dunlop presented his new book Brave New Burma at London’s Frontline Club on 15 May 2013. The Q & A was recorded by the Frontline Club. Please click the play button below to see the full evening’s event.
Piotr Malecki’s film Recycling Souls selected for the L.E.S. Film Festival, NY
Piotr Malecki’s film Recyling Souls which looks at the EKON Association in Warsaw, a recycling company which gives work to people with mental health issues, has been selected for screening at this year’s L.E.S. (Lower East Side) Film Festival which runs from 13 to 23 of June 2013.
Espen Rasmussen selected for the European Exhibition Award
Espen Rasmussen has been selected as one of 12 photographers who will produce work on a socially relevant topic relating to Europe for a touring exhibition throughout the continent. The European Exhibition Award (epea) was announced at the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslos.
In addition to proucing a photo essay for exhibition the photographers are receiving a grant and participating in two workshops, the first of which took place in Oslo in March 2013. The first European exhibition will take place in Oslo in March 2014.
Espen Rasmussen and Transit exhibition at Photo RomaniaM festival
Espen Rasmussen and his long-term project Transit looking at refugees worldwide, which was exhibited for a year at the Nobel Peace Centre, are going to be at Photo Romania festival, the largest photo festival in Eastern Europe, from 17 to 26 May 2013.
To view the full Transit Project on the Panos site, click HERE.
Or click HERE to view a multi-media presentation of the work.
Espen Rasmussen wins PDN Annual with portrait series
Espen Rasmussen has won a prize in this year’s PDN Annual with his series of portraits of cyclists and their feet at the end of the Great Trial of Strength, a bicycle race from Trondheim to Oslo, a distance of 540 kilometers.