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Christian Rodriguez has been selected as a TEDGlobal 2017 Fellows - one of 21 and the first ever from Uruguay. As part of the fellowship, he will present a mainstage TED Talk at TEDGlobal 2017 in Arusha, Tanzania, held August 27-30, 2017.
"Uncertainty," an outdoor exhibition comprised of Brendan Hoffman's portraits of family members of people missing due to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, produced in collaboration with the ICRC, will be traveling again. On May 24 it will open in Slovyansk, Ukraine, followed by Odessa on June 30. It will then travel to Brussels.
A presentation of Bracco's installation Paso del Norte showed at the Casa de El Hijo de El Ahuizote in Mexico City May 5-6. The work included photography, sculpture, and live performance.
Katie Orlinsky was accepted to the BANFF Frontline: Environmental Reportage Residency, in Canada, from July 10th to July 22nd, 2017.
Brendan Hoffman will participate in an artist residency at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, Nebraska, from September to November, 2017. There he will continue developing his project The Beating of the Heart, focused on the small Iowa town of Webster City.
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Special 32-page, full-color magazine (edition 1000) which was distributed for free at Donald Trump's inauguration in January 2017 in Washington, DC. Drawn from the long-term, ongoing project The Beating of the Heart, about the small Iowa town of Webster City.
In Hanoi, the capital and the second largest city in Vietnam, many of the 6.5 million inhabitants use their motorbikes to go from one place to another at rush hour. One can tell that more than half of the drivers are women by their clothes, which protect them from the sun to serve local beauty stereotypes.
This series of portraits hides a complex social reality: the pressure to which women are subjected in order to follow the standards of beauty imposed by the West, including the color of the skin as a symbol of status and social position.
Dominic Bracco II's "Marcha Al Mar" is the first in a collaborative series between Empty Stretch & Prime Collective called "Letters from the Four Horsemen." Photographed over many months in various parts of the world, Bracco focuses on the overfishing & pollution of the world's oceans.
Shallow Graves is a collaborative project by Brett Gundlock, Dominic Bracco II, Chris Gregory, Mauricio Palos, Hans-Maximo Musielik, and Jeremy Relph.
The project covers the events after 43 students went missing in Iguala, Mexico in 2014.
Edition of 100.
Dominic Bracco II is speaking at the University of Chicago's Center for Latin American Studies. The event is open to the public.
Katie Orlinsky will discuss her long-term work in the Arctic at the News Photographers Association of Canada annual conference and trade show.