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Guy Martin speaking at London’s Frontline Club about his book ‘The Parallel State’
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Guy Martin speaking at London’s Frontline Club about his book ‘The Parallel State’...

Guy Martin will be speaking at London’s Frontline Club on Tuesday, 22 January 2019 from 7pm about his new book Parallel St...

Watch the trailer for GAZA by Andrew McConnell and Garry Keane
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Watch the trailer for GAZA by Andrew McConnell and Garry Keane...

A feature length documentary about the people of Gaza, co-directed by Panos photographers and film maker Andrew McConnell and Ga...

Jan Banning crowd-funding for the release of Christina Boyer
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Jan Banning crowd-funding for the release of Christina Boyer...

Since May 2018 Jan Banning has been devoting a large part of his time to trying to get Christina Boyer, an American woman, relea...

Watch an interview with Andrew McConnell & Garry Keane about their film GAZA
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Watch an interview with Andrew McConnell & Garry Keane about their film GAZA...

A feature length documentary about the people of Gaza, co-directed by Panos photographers and film maker Andrew McConnell and Ga...

Nick Hannes exhibiting <strong>Garden of Delight</strong> at De Garage in Mechelen, Belgium
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Nick Hannes exhibiting Garden of Delight at De Garage in Mechelen, Belgium...

Nick Hannes is exhibiting his humorous and thought-provoking study of Dubai, the United Arab Emirates’ most ostentatious a...

Nora Lorek’s work on Uganda published by National Geographic
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Nora Lorek’s work on Uganda published by National Geographic...

Nora Lorek‘s long-term work on a community of South Sudanese refugees living in the Bidibidi refugee settlement on the bor...

Andrew McConnell’s first feature length documentary premiering at Sundance Festival in Park City, Utah
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Andrew McConnell’s first feature length documentary premiering at Sundance Festival in Park City, Utah...

Andrew McConnell‘s first feature length documentary – Gaza – documents daily life in the small Palestinian enc...

Piotr Malecki published in El Pais Semanal magazine
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Piotr Malecki published in El Pais Semanal magazine...

Piotr Malecki‘s study of America’s enduring love affair with the motor car has been published in the Spanish weekend...

Kacper Kowalski’s OVER / Side Effects exhibited at Galerie XII in Los Angeles, CA
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Kacper Kowalski’s OVER / Side Effects exhibited at Galerie XII in Los Angeles, CA...

Kacper Kowalski‘s multi-award-winning aerial photography work shot mainly over his native Poland is being exhibited at Los...

Iva Zimova published on <strong>Private Photo Review</strong>
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Iva Zimova published on Private Photo Review...

Some of Panos photographer Iva Zimova‘s archive from the 1980s and 1990s has been featured on the Private Photo Review und...

Andrea Gjestvang exhibiting at <strong>PHOTO IS:RAEL</strong> in Tel Aviv, Israel
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Andrea Gjestvang exhibiting at PHOTO IS:RAEL in Tel Aviv, Israel...

Andrea Gjestvang‘s sensitive study of youths living in Norway’s northernmost Finnmark county – Everyone Knows ...

Kieran Dodds’ <strong>Hierotopia</strong> exhibited at Ahmanson Gallery in Irvine, CA
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Kieran Dodds’ Hierotopia exhibited at Ahmanson Gallery in Irvine, CA...

Kieran Dodds’ contemplative study of the meaning and importance of church forests in an ever more arid Ethiopia is being e...

Shiho Fukada published in <strong>STERN Magazine</strong>
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Shiho Fukada published in STERN Magazine...

Shiho Fukada‘s latest story on the large and growing population of elderly prisoners in Japanese jails has been published ...

Lianne Milton published in the <strong>Washington Post</strong>
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Lianne Milton published in the Washington Post...

Lianne Milton‘s recent shoot for the Washington Post covering the problem of child sex abuse in the Amazon has been publis...

Stefan Boness exhibiting in Hoyerswerda, Germany
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Stefan Boness exhibiting in Hoyerswerda, Germany...

Panos photographer Stefan Boness is teaming up with fellow photographer Martin Maleschka, showing their different interpretation...

Lianne Milton published on <strong>Bloomberg Businessweek</strong>
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Lianne Milton published on Bloomberg Businessweek...

Lianne Milton has been busy documenting the fallout from Brazil’s recent presidential election that saw Jair Bolsonaro, a ...

Elena Chernyshova’s <strong>Norilsk</strong> featured on Lensculture
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Elena Chernyshova’s Norilsk featured on Lensculture...

Elena Chernyshova‘s award-winning study of the remote, crumbling Russian town of Norilsk, built high above the Arctic Circ...

Mads Nissen’s <strong>We Are Indestructible</strong> published in Verdens Gang magazine in Norway
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Mads Nissen’s We Are Indestructible published in Verdens Gang magazine in Norway...

Mads Nissen‘s long-term exhibition and book project on the peace process in Colombia following the historic signing of a t...

Minzayar Oo’s award-winning work on jade mining in Myanmar published in Dagens Næringsliv
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Minzayar Oo’s award-winning work on jade mining in Myanmar published in Dagens Næringsliv...

Minzayar Oo‘s long term project looking at the effects of jade mining in northern Myanmar has been published in the Norweg...

Mary Turner’s long-term project on the Dale Farm traveller community published on Washington Post website
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Mary Turner’s long-term project on the Dale Farm traveller community published on Washington Post website...

Mary Turner‘s long-term photo project documenting the life of a traveller community she met at Dale Farm in Kent in 2009 a...

Tommy Trenchard featured in <strong>GEO France</strong>
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Tommy Trenchard featured in GEO France...

Tommy Trenchard recently travelled to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius for GEO France to document its tropical beauty and ri...

Mads Nissen’s recent book project <strong>We Are Indestructible</strong> featured on Vice.com
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Mads Nissen’s recent book project We Are Indestructible featured on Vice.com...

Mads Nissen‘s recent book project – We Are Indestructible – published by GOST books in London and available fo...

Kael Alford exhibiting at <strong>Ogden Museum of Southern Art</strong> in New Orleans, USA
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Kael Alford exhibiting at Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, USA...

Kael Alford is one of 25 photographers whose work is being exhibited under the title of New Southern Photography at: Ogden Museu...

Ivor Prickett at <strong>World as Image</strong> at More London, Tower Bridge
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Ivor Prickett at World as Image at More London, Tower Bridge...

Panos photographer Ivor Prickett is one of 16 photographers exhibited as part of World as Image, an outdoor exhibition at More L...

Stefan Vanfleteren’s <strong>Surf Tribe</strong> exhibited at <strong>Kunsthal Rotterdam</strong>
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Stefan Vanfleteren’s Surf Tribe exhibited at Kunsthal Rotterdam...

Stefan Vanfleteren‘s latest long-term project Surf Tribe – a series of portraits of surfers from around the world &#...

Espen Rasmussen’s <strong>White Rage</strong> published in <strong>Society</strong> magazine in France
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Espen Rasmussen’s White Rage published in Society magazine in France...

Espen Rasmussen’s long term project looking at the growth of hard right political movements across Europe and America has ...

Guy Martin’s <strong>Parallel State</strong> featured in <strong>HUCK Magazine</strong>
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Guy Martin’s Parallel State featured in HUCK Magazine...

In the lead-up to the publication of his long term project Parallel State which looks at the complex world of Turkish politics, ...

James Oatway wins <strong>Visa d’Or Region of Occitanie/Pyrénées Méditerranée Feature</strong> award at Visa pour l’Image
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James Oatway wins Visa d’Or Region of Occitanie/Pyrénées Méditerranée Feature award at Visa pour l’Image...

James Oatway‘s unique insight into the murky world of the Red Ants, a private security company based in Johannesburg, whic...

Patrick Brown’s award winning work for UNICEF on Rohingya published in Rolling Stone
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Patrick Brown’s award winning work for UNICEF on Rohingya published in Rolling Stone...

Patrick Brown’s World Press Photo award winning work on the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh has been published over ...

Shiho Fukada speaking about her work at <strong>Photoville</strong> in New York
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Shiho Fukada speaking about her work at Photoville in New York...

Shiho Fukada will be speaking about her latest photo project – Nowhere Left but Here – at this year’s Photovil...

A Woman’s War
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A Woman’s War

In war and conflict, women are often sidelined or forgotten and all too often become the victims of violence. History relegates ...

Winter
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Winter

For a number of years, Kacper Kowalski has been wrapping up warm and braving the freezing temperatures aboard his gyroplane ...

The Curse of Khat
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The Curse of Khat

The leaves of the khat plant, native to the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, are a popular stimulant in countries like ...

The Tree of Life
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The Tree of Life

"I pointed out to the little prince that baobabs were not little bushes but, on the contrary, trees as big as castles; and ...

Journey to the Pole of Cold
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Journey to the Pole of Cold

In the depths of winter I set out on a long and difficult journey to the coldest populated place in the northern hemisphere....

Iran’s Last Nomads
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Iran’s Last Nomads

Less than a century ago, Iran had 10 million inhabitants, 5 million of whom were nomadic. Today, the population has risen to ove...

The Legacy of Empire
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The Legacy of Empire

In rural regions of Georgia, a lack of social and economic integration has hindered immigrant communities since the end of the S...

A beautiful relationship
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A beautiful relationship

On a small patch of grass across the road from London\'s Houses of Parliament, a bizarre piece of political theatre is played ou...

Mediterranean – Continuity of Man
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Mediterranean – Continuity of Man

"The Pacific may have the most changeless, ageless aspect of any ocean but the Mediterranean Sea celebrates the continuity ...

Red Journey
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Red Journey

Nick Hannes travelled the length and breadth of the former Soviet Union - all fifteen former republics - to document the reality...

Russia’s Flying Doctors
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Russia’s Flying Doctors

No roads, over 200,000 square kilometres of taiga, swamps and permafrost and a mere 16,000 inhabitants living in around 28 villa...

Borderlands
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Borderlands

Among the many complex issues facing negotiators from the UK and the EU trying to hammer out an agreement that will define the U...

President Hotel, Saigon
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President Hotel, Saigon

Until early 2018, a tall, decrepit concrete tower, known as the President Hotel, loomed over the streets of Cholon, Ho Chi ...

Navigating the Heart of Africa
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Navigating the Heart of Africa

The river Congo is navigable for 1,700 kms from Kinshasa to Kisangani. It is the lifeline of a region with few roads or railway...

Garden of Delight
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Garden of Delight

"Dubai has developed into a vast theme park, where you can ski in the desert and swim with dolphins. Forever in search of i...

Milaya – Patterns of Home
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Milaya – Patterns of Home

"One day the soldiers came to my home and tortured me in front of my kids. They were asking for my husband who they claimed...

The Echo of History
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The Echo of History

My trip to Guinea Bissau was the last in a series of journeys to different countries around the world that were colonised b...

(Re)birth
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(Re)birth

The conflict in Colombia had been going on for so long that it had almost become part of the scenery. FARC guerrillas had lo...

Fenland Brexit Blues
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Fenland Brexit Blues

I\'ve lived away from the UK since the Thatcher Years. Brexit came as shock. I had perhaps the excuse of distance, but it made m...

Le Grand Mariage
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Le Grand Mariage

In most cultures around the world, getting married marks a key moment in a person\'s life. Each culture celebrates the union...

Drowning in Detritus
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Drowning in Detritus

Indonesia, a country of over 14,000 islands where almost one in ten workers is employed in the tourism industry, has every ...

From darkness into Light
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From darkness into Light

More than 620 million Africans, or two thirds of the population of the continent, have no access to electricity.

We are Indestructible
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We are Indestructible

Ending one of the world's longest running civil wars.

River Congo – DRC’s Highway 1
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River Congo – DRC’s Highway 1

The Congo river is the lifeline of a region with few roads or railways.

Side Effects
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Side Effects

The result of years of aerial photography, this is a visual study of the complicated relationship between humans and nature.

When I Grow Up
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When I Grow Up

Chris de Bode asked children around the world about their dreams for the future.

Disposable Workers
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Disposable Workers

The people feeling the pain of Japan's unforgiving job market

Hidden Lives
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Hidden Lives

The untold story of urban refugees in Burundi, Haiti, Jordan, Malaysia, Thailand, United Kingdom, Kenya and the USA.

Belgicum
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Belgicum

The result of two decades of work, Belgicum is a unique document about a country in search of a raison d'etre.

White Rage
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White Rage

Travelling across Europe - from Norway to Italy and France to Russia - Espen Rasmussen and journalist Ronny Berg met and spok...

Hard.Land
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Hard.Land

A journey through blue collar America to meet the people struggling to keep the American Dream alive.

On Solid Ground
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On Solid Ground

A collaboration between the International Rescue Committee and Panos Pictures

Uncertain Tomorrow
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Uncertain Tomorrow

The Central African Republic (CAR) has seen more than its fair share of coups and unrest over the five and a half decades...

Last Stop
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Last Stop

Exploring the topography and migrations of London from the vantage point of a bus.

The Last Colony
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The Last Colony

For over 40 years Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony in northwestern Africa, and its people, the Sahrawis, have been liv...

#Future of Cities
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#Future of Cities

In collaboration with the World Photography Organisation (WPO) and Sony's Global Imaging Ambassadors (SGIA), Panos Pictures c...

My Toilet
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My Toilet

Through images and stories from 20 countries, across every continent, a collaboration between Water & Sanitation for the Urba...

The Battle for Mosul
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The Battle for Mosul

Ivor Prickett witnessed the final days of ISIS' stronghold from inside Mosul, embedded with Iraqi forces.