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The work of Poulomi Basu, winner of the 2017 FotoEvidence Book Award in National Geographic:
The Risky Lives of Women Sent Into Exile- For Menstruating

 



 



Review of the book Talibes Modern Day Slaves at L'Oeil de La Photographie:.

The book is available for world wide shipping here:

Talibes Modern Day Slaves at Lens Culture
 



The project Talibes Modern Day Slaves was singled out for distinction among the submissions to Magnum Photography Awards 2016 by juror Newsha Tavakolian.


"The work by Mario Cruz hits you like a brick in the face. He uncovers the unimaginable nightmare of child slavery, something that should simply not exist in our time. His approach and composition are both extremely human and beautifully composed. Mr. Cruz’s project is both important and outstanding."

—Newsha Tavakolian, Magnum Photographer

The book is published by FotoEvidence Press and it is available in our bookstore on line.


 

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Anatomy of a Photobook: Fabio Bucciarelli’s ‘The Dream’ by Olivier Laurent


The Dream is available at the FotoEvidence bookstore on line.
 
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Princess to Slave: a photo book by Anahit Hayrapetyan
Domestic Violence in Armenia: Covering the Crimes That Go Unreported by James Estrin.

 
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Laurence Cornet interviewed Daniela Zalcman, winner of the 2016 FotoEvidence Book Award about her winning project Signs of Your Identity for Blink Network.
 
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A fine review of Anahit Hayrapetyan 's Princess to Slave boo by Alison Stieven-Taylor of Photojournalism Now about violence against women in Armenia in this week's Photojournalism Now. An important book by a courageous photographer. Published by FotoEvidence Press. Photo editor is Régina Monfort.
The book is available at FotoEvidence bookstore on line.
 
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A Photographer Captures Joy in Gaza
Interview with Tanya Habjouqa about her work "Occupied Pleasures", published as a book by FotoEvidence Press

 
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Photographing Life, Love and Laughter in Palestine by Jen Tse
 
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Crying Meri: Q&A with Vlad Sokhin by Pauline Elferman
 
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Robin Hammond's "Condemned: Mental Health in African Countries in Crisis"

 
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"Condemned" by Robin Hammond
Mentally ill Shackled and Neglected in Africa's Crisis Regions by Victoria Fleischer
 
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Joseph Rodriguez: A Look Inside Romania

"Romania" by Joseph Rodriguez is available as an electronic book at the iTunes store.
 
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Recalling Romania's Revolution by Andrew Boryga
 
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James Whitlow Delano, "Black Tsunami- Japan 2011"

"Black Tsunami- Japan 2011" is available as an electronic book at the iTunes store


 
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What The Ku Klux Klan Looks Like Today by Harrison Jacobs

 
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The Photo Book White Pride: Confronting the Dangers of Blanket Characterization  by K. J. Wetherholt

 
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A Toxic Tragedy in Bhopal by Alex Masi
 
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A Day in the Life of the Ku Klux Klan, Uncensored  by David Resenberg

The book White Pride by Anthony Karen is available at iTunes.

 
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Seeking Evidence Trough Photography by Kerri McDonald
 
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A Lens On Life For Boys In The Bronx by Calire O'Neill
 
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Coming of Age on the Streets of the Bronx by Rebecca Horne
 
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Stephen Shames- Bronx Boys

 
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Fotoevidence Announces Publication of Bronx Boys Photographs by Stephen Shames.
 

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Stephen Shames’ photographs document coming of age in the Bronx by Alison Zavos

 
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Bronx Boys: A Digital Monograph by Stephen Shames

TIME
calls FotoEvidence’s book Bronx Boys, “one of the first true digital photo-monographs that can be downloaded to your computer.” Paul Moakley, Time.com, August 16, 2011.

Bronx Boys is an intimate photo essay about the lives of young people in the Bronx during the 1970s, 80s, and 90s. Shot over two decades by photojournalist Stephen Shames, Bronx Boys takes the viewer inside the lives of young people living at the epicenter of a crack cocaine epidemic that devastated their community. The story tracks their childhood on the streets, their loves and losses. It includes a powerful first person narrative by Martin Dones, one of the young men Shames followed and who survived life on the streets.
 

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