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Tanya Habjouqa
Al Jazeera News
EF Grantee, Tanya Habjouqa, was interviewed by Al Jazeera News about her project “Occupied Pleasures”. Magnum Foundation funded the project for the year 2013. The talk can be viewed here.

 

Tanya Habjouqa

Al Jazeera News

EF Grantee, Tanya Habjouqa, was interviewed by Al Jazeera News about her project “Occupied Pleasures”. Magnum Foundation funded the project for the year 2013. The talk can be viewed here.

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Eric Gottesman
The Hamiltonian Gallery
Eric Gottesman, who was awarded the Hamiltonian Fellowship, gave a talk about his work alongside Dagmawi Woubshet, an English professor at Cornell University. Click here to view the talk.
Photography by Joseph Campbell

Eric Gottesman

The Hamiltonian Gallery

Eric Gottesman, who was awarded the Hamiltonian Fellowship, gave a talk about his work alongside Dagmawi Woubshet, an English professor at Cornell University. Click here to view the talk.

Photography by Joseph Campbell

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Philippe Dudouit
The Aftermath Project
Philippe Dudouit, an EF 2013 photographer, was recognized as one of the Aftermath Project grant finalists whose work will be included in “War Is Only Half The Story”, the annual Aftermath Project publication. Click here to learn more.

Philippe Dudouit

The Aftermath Project

Philippe Dudouit, an EF 2013 photographer, was recognized as one of the Aftermath Project grant finalists whose work will be included in “War Is Only Half The Story”, the annual Aftermath Project publication. Click here to learn more.

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Tanya Habjouqa
The New York Times, Lens blog
Tanya Habjouqa, 2013 EF photographer, was recently featured in The New York Times Lens blog for her project “Occupied Pleasures”. Click here to see the post

Tanya Habjouqa

The New York Times, Lens blog

Tanya Habjouqa, 2013 EF photographer, was recently featured in The New York Times Lens blog for her project “Occupied Pleasures”. Click here to see the post

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Olga Kravets
Trailer For Grozny:Nine Cities
You can now see the trailer for the interactive documentary, “Grozny: Nine Cities”, at http://on.fb.me/1jlvmuy. In this project, EF Grantee, Olga Kravets, along with Maria Morina and Oksana Yuksho, explore the aftermath of war in a nation that has tried to break free from Moscow’s control by considering nine levels of existence within one city.

 

Olga Kravets

Trailer For Grozny:Nine Cities

You can now see the trailer for the interactive documentary, “Grozny: Nine Cities”, at http://on.fb.me/1jlvmuy. In this project, EF Grantee, Olga Kravets, along with Maria Morina and Oksana Yuksho, explore the aftermath of war in a nation that has tried to break free from Moscow’s control by considering nine levels of existence within one city.

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Eric Gottesman
The Hamiltonian Gallery
Eric Gottesman’s latest work, ‘One Needs To Listen To The Characters One Creates’ explores and reinterprets the controversial Amharic novel ‘Oromaye’, by Baalu Girma. Gottesman’s work is on display at the Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington D.C until January 4th and the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans until January 19th. For more details, see http://bit.ly/18hT0DF and http://bit.ly/1bhhslu

Eric Gottesman

The Hamiltonian Gallery

Eric Gottesman’s latest work, ‘One Needs To Listen To The Characters One Creates’ explores and reinterprets the controversial Amharic novel ‘Oromaye’, by Baalu Girma. Gottesman’s work is on display at the Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington D.C until January 4th and the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans until January 19th. For more details, see http://bit.ly/18hT0DF and http://bit.ly/1bhhslu

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Pete Pin

NPR and EN FOCO Exhibition

Pete Pin, our first Emergency Fund Fellow in 2011,  was featured on the NPR Pictures Show for his project “Cambodian Diaspora.” Read the whole interview here.

"One thing that I learned … is that a lot of people felt really traumatized during their stay in refugee camps," says Pin. He adds that violence and rape were common.

Pin will also be showing at EN FOCO from April 29-July 19, 2013. The exhibition will take place at Moteflore Family Health Center at 360 E. 193 Street in Bronx NY. For more information visit the EN FOCO site.


Congratulations to Pete for such an exciting month!

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Tomas van Houtryve
Foriegn Policy
Tomas van Houtryve, 2011 EF photographer, was featured in Foreign Policy for his photo essay “The Void Next Door" on April 9, 2013. The essay explores the barren border between North Korea and China. The work was supported in part by the Emergency Fund grant. To view Houtryve’s EF project, Borderline, here.

Tomas van Houtryve

Foriegn Policy

Tomas van Houtryve, 2011 EF photographer, was featured in Foreign Policy for his photo essay “The Void Next Door" on April 9, 2013. The essay explores the barren border between North Korea and China. The work was supported in part by the Emergency Fund grant. To view Houtryve’s EF project, Borderline, here.

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Alexis Lambrou

New York Times

Alexis Lambrou, 2012 Emergency Fund Fellow, was published in New York Times Sunday Metropolitan section and featured on NYT Lens blog for her work “Teaching for Life.” Lambrou followed Ferrin Bujan, a young teacher at Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School and was curious to explore how new young teachers fared in the public school system.

View the photo essay at New York Times Lens blog today.

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Pete Pin
KPCC Interview
Pete Pin, 2011 EF Fellow, was featured on KPCC, Southern California Public Radio. Through support from his Kickstarter campaign, Pin photographed the Cambodian communities in Stockton and Long Beach. Read interview highlights or listen to the full interview here.  

Pete Pin

KPCC Interview

Pete Pin, 2011 EF Fellow, was featured on KPCC, Southern California Public Radio. Through support from his Kickstarter campaign, Pin photographed the Cambodian communities in Stockton and Long Beach. Read interview highlights or listen to the full interview here.