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at Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle, Netherlands

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at St Martin in the Fields, London

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at Gallery Oldham, Oldham, UK

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Jeroen Oerleman’s work exhibited at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, Netherlands

The work of the late photographer Jeroen Oerlemans, a long-time member of Panos Pictures, who was tragically killed in Libya in October 2016, is being exhibited at:

Kunsthal Rotterdam
Museumpark
Westzeedijk 341
3015 AA Rotterdam
The Netherlands

from 16 December 2017 until 4 March 2018.

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Click on the image above to view more of Jeroen’s work.


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A Million Miracles, a new Sightsavers exhibition opens at More London

A new exhibition called A Million Miracles, co-produced by Panos Pictures and Sightsavers and photographed by Andrew McConell in Pakistan, has opened next to City Hall on More London Riverside, a public space next to the Mayor’s office.

Since 1950, Sightsavers has been working to eliminate avoidable blindness and support those who are irreversibly blind or disabled to allow them to live independent lives. Sightsavers’ A Million Miracles campaign, its biggest ever, aims to fund one million operations that restore, save and protect people’s sight in some of the poorest parts of the world.

Andrew McConnell travelled with Sightsavers to Pakistan where he documented the experiences of three individuals – Kausar Shaheen, Murtaza Ghulum and Zamurrad Bibi – to show how a simple, cheap operation can transform lives.

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The exhibition will be open to the public until 30 October 2017.

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To view more images, click HERE.


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Tim Smith’s River of Tea – From Bengal to Britain at Gallery Oldham, United Kingdom

Tea enjoys a special place in British culture and behind Britain’s cup of choice is a fascinating story that is rarely told. Over 500,000 British-Bangladeshis now live in Britain. Over 90% are of Sylheti origin, from a district in northern Bangladesh that was once part of Assam, the first tea growing region in British India.

Panos photographer Tim Smith has retraced the route of the early tea trade and his photographs can be seen at

Gallery Oldham
Oldham Cultural Quarter,
Greaves Street,
Oldham OL1 1AL
United Kingdom

until 6 January 2018.

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Tim Smith’s Island to Island – Journeys through the Caribbean at Hackney Museum in London

Over the past decade Panos photographer Tim Smith has traveled back to his childhood home of Barbados, as well as many other Caribbean nations with close connections to Britain. His photographs from Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent, and Trinidad & Tobago can be seen at London’s Hackney Museum until 13th January 2018. They are displayed alongside a fascinating series of pictures taken by his father Derek Smith of everyday life on various islands during the 1950s and 60s.

Hackney Museum
Ground Floor
Technology and Learning Centre
1 Reading Lane
London E8 1GQ

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Waiting for Justice exhibited at Square de la Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris

Waiting for Justice, a photographic collaboration between Panos photographer Tommy Trenchard and the Worldwide Human Rights Movement (FIDH), a non-profit organisation that is “defending all civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights” is going on show in Paris until 31 October 2017. They will be displayed on the railings of the Square de la Tour Saint-Jacques in the 4th Arrondissement.

Tommy photographed 30 people in Guinea who have been victims of state-sponsored violence over the past decades. The portraits are taken at night, mostly in the places where the acts of violence took place.

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Food in a Fragile World exhibition opens at London’s St Martin-in-the-Fields

Chris de Bode‘s recent project Food in a Fragile World, photographed on commission for Concern Worldwide in Niger, Central African Republic and Burundi is now on show at:

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalguar Square
London WC2N 4JJ

as an outdoor exhibition which will remain there until 29 October 2017.

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Conflict and climate change have had a major impact on food security in sub-Saharan Africa where many countries are experiencing dangerous levels of hunger and malnutrition. The exhibition features stories of individuals and communities in places where conflict, political instability and climate change are reducing people’s ability to grow or buy enough food – often with devastating results. It also shows how relatively simple interventions can reverse the impact of hunger and malnutrition.

To find out more about Concern Worldwide’s Food in a Fragile World campaign and how to donate, please click HERE.

The opening of the exhibition was attended by the photographer, staff members of Panos, the staff of Concern Worldwide in London and the charity’s CEO, Dominic MacSorley, who gave a moving speech about the work of Concern over the past decades.

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Jan Banning’s Red Utopia exhibited at Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle, Netherlands

On the 100th anniversary of the Russia Revolution, Jan Banning‘s new long-term project Red Utopia, which looks at the remnants of the communist parties in India, Italy, Nepal, Portugal and Russia, has been co-published as a book by Ipso Facto (Netherlands) and Nazraeli, CA (USA) and is being exhibited at:

Museum de Fundatie
Fundatie Zwolle
Blijmarkt 20
Zwolle 8011 NE
Netherlands

from 14 October 2017 to 7 January 2018.

To buy a copy, please click here.

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Nichole Sobecki exhibited at Photoville in NY

Nichole Sobecki‘s long-term photo project on the effects of climate change on the Horn of Africa – A Climate for Conflict – is being exhibited at this year’s Photoville in New York.

Photoville‘s exhibition spaces are located at Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, on the corners of Water Street and New Dock Street, underneath Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO.

To view more images, please click here.

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Food in a Fragile World, an outdoor photo exhibition for Concern Worldwide

Panos photographer Chris de Bode was commissioned by Concern Worldwide to document the effects of conflict and climate change on the food security of people living in Burundi, Niger and the Central African Republic.

The resulting work, which diverges from traditional NGO photography by showing people in front of a portable studio in their home environments, will be exhibited at London’s St Martin-in-the-Fields church next to Trafalgar Square from 19 September.

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalguar Square
London WC2N 4JJ

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Kieran Dodds and Andrea Gjestvang exhibited at the Flow Photofest in northern Scotland

Panos photographers Kieran Dodds and Andrea Gjestvang are being exhibited as part of the Flow Photofest which is taking place across northern Scotland from 2 to 30 September 2017.

Kieran Dodds will be showing his ongoing work on ‘Gingers’ (or people with red hair) which he has photographed in Scotland and, more recently, Russia.

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Andrea Gjestvang is exhibiting her work-in-progress on the Faroe Islands.

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Tim Smith exhibiting at Union 105 in Leeds

Tim Smith will be exhibiting his work on the Caribbean, where he lived as a child, and the traditions of Carnival that have been brought to Britain at:

Union 105
105 Chapeltown Road
Leeds LS7 3HY

from 3 to 28 August 2017.

For more information, please click here.

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Björn Steinz exhibiting at The Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic

Björn Steinz‘s work from the Prague district of Žižkov between 1994 and 1996 is being exhibited as part of a large exhibition called Kmeny 90 (“Tribes 90″), curated by Vladimir 518, Czech Republic’s most famous rapper, at:

The Moravian Gallery
Husova 18
662 26 Brno
Czech Republic

from 14 May until 1 October 2017.

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Chris de Bode in Ukraine

Andrew McConnell in Beirut, Lebanon

Vlad Sokhin in Dakar, Senegal

Tommy Trenchard in Cape Town, South Africa

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Minzayar Oo is awarded Rory Peck Trust’s Martin Adler Prize.

Nic Dunlop & Patrick Brown holding workshop in Bangkok, Thailand.

Tim Dirven publishes new book – Karkas.

Tim Smith at Gallery Oldham in Oldham, UK

Chris de Bode at St Martin in the Fields, London

Jan Banning at Museum de Fundatie in Zwolle, Netherlands

Sven Torfinn on NOS.nl

Seamus Murphy in The Irish Times

Stefan Boness in Benetton Clothes for Humans

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