The 2016 FotoEvidence Book Award Exhibit
Opening: October 26th, 6 to 8 pm, St. John the Divine, NYC

1047 Amsterdam Avenue (111th St.), New York 10025

The 2016 FotoEvidence Book Award Exhibit and book launch of “Signs of Your Identity” by Daniella Zalcman opens October 26th, from 6.00-8.00 p.m. at Saint John the Divine in New York. The exhibit features the work of the winner Daniella Zalcman and finalists of the 2016 FotoEvidence Book Award Mario Cruz, Narciso Contreras, Hossein Fatemi and Ingetje Tadros.


book award

The FotoEvidence Book Award maintains and open entry system all year. The deadline for submissions for the the 2017 award is January 15, 2017. Winners of the  FotoEvidence Book Award will be announced February 20, 2017.

The annual FotoEvidence Book Award recognizes one documentary photographer whose project demonstrates courage and commitment in the pursuit of human rights,  The selected project is published in a book.



Interview with Mario CruzBy Svetlana Bachevanova    

Mario Cruz is a Portuguese photographer, winner of 2016 World Press Photo Contemporary issue, The Picture of the Year International, 2016 Estacao Imagem and finalist of the 2016 FotoEvidence Book Award. His work Talibes Modern Day Slaves is published by FotoEvidence Press. Read the interview here.                                                              


book store

New titles available in the FotoEvidence bookstore: Endurance by Omar Havana with a a foreword from Italian film director Bernardo Bertolucci.  Talibes Modern Day Slaves by Mario Cruz and This Is My Country by Ingetje Tadros. 


the gallery

Coming Soon

In the near future, FotoEvidence will have available for sale signed, archival prints of selected work from some of our books.

Horse by Majid Saeedi from "Life In War"



Mario Cruz will be releasing his new book "Talibes Modern Day Slaves", published by FotoEvidence at the Bronx Documentary Center  on Oct. 28th at 7-10 pm.
Cruz will be there to sign books.
Order the book here.




Time Magazine Lightbox reviews "The Dream"
Olivier Laurent at Time Lightbox talks at length with Fabio Bucciarelli and how he captured the raw emotions that people he photographed experienced: their lives shattered by war, dislocated, driven into uncertainty, seeking refuge. Bucciarelli talks about  his desire to change the visual language of photojournalism and he includes images made with a pin-hole camera in the book. Purchase "The Dream" 
Photo: Fabio Bucciarelli from The Dream.