During one of his recent reporting trips to Ukraine, Alex teamed up with Dutch journalist Michiel Driebergen to take a closer look at Azov Battalion military summer camp for children.
We are thrilled to share the news that Justyna Mielnikiewicz has been awarded the W. E. Smith Memorial Fund’s 2016 grant in humanistic photography for her complex work on the former Soviet Union republics.
For his workshop assignment Maurin picked a story of “Trotsky”, a mysterious man known to the external world only by his nickname and his guitar and singing performances at the Krakow’s Main Square.
The Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow is a world-famous event. Connie went both in front of and behind the scenes of the event to create this story as the workshop assignment.
This short story was made by Christelle Flisch during our latest workshop with Patrick Zachmann in Krakow. Christelle decided to follow Tomek, or “Armani” for his friends, who is a very colorful character and a person of many talents from the Kazimierz district.
Over the course of the workshop, Magali followed a pioneer punk drag artist of Krakow and a very sensitive, cultured person, who hides behind a pseudonym Convulsia Darklove.
For the six days Lena, a winner of workshopx scholarship, stayed close with the girls and followed their everyday paths. The result is an intimate portrait of their relationship.
Anna joined the workshop with Patrick Zachmann we held in Krakow in July 2017 in order to push her photographic experience towards documentary photography and telling stories about people.
Francis Harrison went all the way from Tokyo to Krakow to join our recent workshop with Magnum photographer Patrick Zachmann, where he photographed the twilight world of pub crawls or professionally organized drunk tours.
France Leclerc joined our individual Krakow Unseen workshop in July 2016. While planning her assignment, she decided to explore issues related to women and religion.
When Callie Eh, a photographer from Malaysia, joined us for an individual Krakow Unseen workshop in early June 2016, she got fascinated with local barbershops.
Invisible People of Belarus is a documentary project about disabled people and Chernobyl victims locked up in Internats’, governmental institutions that house them through their entire lives.