Rascona: Tsunami’s 10th Anniversary

On 26 December 2004, almost 250,000 people were killed when an earthquake in the Indian Ocean triggered a tsunami wave that wiped out whole communities across south Asia. It was a disaster on… Continue reading

Vogue Italy: Camilla de Maffei

News / Vogue Arts / Camilla de Maffei A profound interview by Chiara Bardelli Nonino for Vogue Italy: “If I had to describe what she does, I would say that she photographs the invisible:… Continue reading

Presenting Florence Montmare!

Florence Montmare was born in Vienna and raised in Stockholm by Swedish and Greek parents. Seeking challenge, she moved to New York City in 1995, transitioning simultaneously from the corporate to the fine art… Continue reading

Basically.Forever Tokyo Exhibition: Lucía Herrero

Basically. Forever Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (K*MoPA) Tokyo Aug. 9-24, 2014. To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, which is known… Continue reading

New York Times – Camilla de Maffei

We feel delighted to announce that we’ve been contacted from the photo desk of the International New York Times in Paris, regarding the exhibition Les Ames Grise with the photos of Camilla de… Continue reading

De Maffei’s exhibition in Paris

June 23rd, 2014. Paris, France We are happy and proud that The Visible Mountain will be part of the great exhibition program of ALLER-RETOUR FESTIVAL. This edition will be entirely devoted to deepen into post-war… Continue reading

The Congo by Rodney Rascona

    Republique Démocratique du Congo A Short Film by Rodney Rascona    Rascona was sent on assignment the first week of December 2013, to create a film to help raise awareness about… Continue reading

PDN’S 30 EMERGING PHOTOGRAPHERS TO WATCH: CAMILLA DE MAFFEI

NYC – The editors at PDN are proud to announce their picks for this year’s 30 new and emerging photographers to watch… and we are proud to announce they have selected Camilla de Maffei!… Continue reading

AUTEUR PROJECT COURSE IN MEXICO CITY- ON WEEKDAYS

MEXICO CITY– YOU CAN’T MISS THIS! Camilla de Maffei will start a course for fellow senior photographers at BORDER, a self-managed cultural center dedicated to emerging contemporary art -from production programs, training, research and links… Continue reading

Auteur Project Course in Mexico City – ON WEEKENDS

MEXICO CITY– YOU CAN’T MISS THIS! Camilla de Maffei will start a course for fellow senior photographers at CENTRO, a design/ film / television institution that specializes in creative studies that strike a careful balance… Continue reading

Lucía Herrero: 2013 Recap

  From Time Magazine in USA to Internazionale Magazine of Italy — here are her highlights and more important projects.

De Maffei at FotoLeggendo IX Edition

On 10 October, Rome has opened the ninth edition of FotoLeggendo, the exhibition dedicated to contemporary photography organized and produced by Officine Photographiche Roma. The event will include twenty-four exhibitions in different areas… Continue reading

Rascona: Hillary Clinton Former US Secretary of State Honored by UNF-GACC

Hillary Rodham Clinton – Former U.S. Secretary of State, was honored by executives from the United Nations Foundation (UNF) – presented with an exclusive image created for her by photographer Rodney Rascona. UNF-GACC… Continue reading

Rascona’s Exhibition at Mandarin Gallery

      Cancun, Mexico opened a new art gallery last month called MANDARINA ART GALLERY at the Cancun Center of Conventions and Exhibitions. Rodney Rascona’s work “The Pink Door Photographs” is exhibited there… Continue reading

Rascona & Goodwill

Beyoncé is teaming up with GOODWILL INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIES and similar charities throughout Europe that have one mission: creating programs that help to put people back to work, generating opportunities for people to achieve… Continue reading

GRAND PRIX win at The Deauville Green Awards in France

DEAUVILLE GREEN AWARDS Normandy France recognizes BLACK INSIDE-THREE WOMEN’S VOICES: GRAND PRIX AWARD – BEST COMMERCIAL FILM. Launched in 2011, the Deauville Green Awards—also known as the International Festival of Corporate Film and TV… Continue reading

Camilla de Maffei- Montpellier’s Festival Boutographies 2013 Winner!

CAMILLA DE MAFFEI – THE VISIBLE MOUNTAIN, SARAJEVO We are more than proud to announce that De Maffei’s exposed work at Montpellier’s Festival Les Boutographies 2013 has won 3 awards! * Prix du… Continue reading

TIME MAGAZINE: LUCÍA HERRERO

Herrero’s work about Herri Kirolak (Vasque rural sports) is now published at Time Magazine! Trained as an architect, Herrero has spent the last two years developing an approach to social photography that she… Continue reading

Les Boutographies: Camilla de Maffei

Camilla’s work The Visible Mountain is one of the twelve selected by the “Sélection Officielle” of  2013 Les Boutographies – Rencontres Photographiques de Montpellier! Please read all the information HERE.

Beyond The Veil: Joseph Hunwick

Joseph’s work in progress “Beyond the Veil” is a project about muslim women in London, who live with their traditions away from home. Strong portraits full of valuable significance. We’ll keep you updated .… Continue reading

Lucía Herrero at the Singapore International Festival

The 3rd Singapore International Photography Festival Open Call Showcase presents 414 of the spectacular works shortlisted from the submission of thousands, and include the participation of photographers from 26 Countries including Cambodia, Mexico, Japan,… Continue reading

Ojo de Pez Magazine

On the #30th edition of OjodePez Magazine you can see Camilla de Maffei’s portfolio “The Visible Mountain” (pages 10-11). This issue is dedicated to the Photo España/OjodePez Human Values Annual Prize. Works were selected from their… Continue reading

>>UPDATE on Rodney Rascona’s short film “Black Inside”

Please lend your voice by viewing it –> HERE We are delighted to announce that Rodney Rascona’s first short film -commissioned by the United Nations Foundation and the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves-… Continue reading

The Zaar Ceremony –by Joseph Hunwick

The phenomenon of Zar can be best described as the “healing cult”. It uses drums — a tambourine and a tabla– and dancing to cure an illness thought to be caused by a… Continue reading

Camilla De Maffei has been nominated for the Prize Voies Off Arles 2012!

We are proud to announce Camilla is one of the  selected photographers by the commitee of the Festival Voies Off 2012, which was particularly impressed with her work. It was chosen among more than 1470… Continue reading

DE MAFFEI: ORACLES IN A DARK VALLEY

Portraits of ordinary people, inhabitants of a village in the Alps, inspired by the Tarot. This work in process is a project in which Camilla seeks the roots, an exploration of the archetypes. … keep up visiting us… Continue reading

Rodney Rascona on BlurArt Magazine

Rascona’s beautiful “One Child” project is now on BlurArt Magazine pages 42 to 61. Read all about it here.

Lucia Herrero on C Magazine

    Herrero’s Tribes project is travelling around the world, and now is the turn to Mexico’s Complot Magazine: a magazine about art, photography and fashion directed by renown fashion photographer Enrique Covarrubias. Just take… Continue reading

Gliding along the Danube, by Camilla de Maffei

“Sailing along the flavors of the Danube” is a project of Travelling Balkans* in collaboration with Slow Food International* which has as its goal the enhancement of the unique food and wine and… Continue reading

The Cookstove Films Project by Rodney Rascona

INDIA, KENYA, GUATEMALA, PERU, … … Rodney, Russ, Scott, Chuck, Kendall, Phil, Michael, … … & more than 3 billion people breathing nasty smoke. Over a million homes still cook with traditional stove… Continue reading

Camilla de Maffei: Nomination for Prix Pictet 2012

Camilla has been nominated for the Prix Pictet 2012 for her work The Visible Mountain: The Power of Memory, Sarajevo. The subject for this year is POWER… read more about it here

Joseph Hunwick’s Book: The Hidden Treasures of Timbuktu

“For centuries, camel caravans made epic journeys across the Sahara to reach the legendary city of Timbuktu, where they traded salt, gold, slaves, textiles and books.  The astonishing manuscripts of Timbuktu reveal great… Continue reading

Joseph Hunwick in Kenya for FAFA

The Festival for African Fashion and Arts (FAFA) was set-up in 2008 during the post-election violence, which took place in Kenya. As many countries throughout the region continue to know human rights abuse,… Continue reading

Lucía Herrero for Time’s Magazine

The TIME Magazine commissioned and published Lucía Herrero’s “Moors and Christians” photographs in 2011 as part of The Travels Through Islam photo essay which is the 5th installment in a five-part series from TIME… Continue reading

Tribes: Lucía Herrero

Photographer Lucía Herrero has been having exhibitions with her work “Tribes” at: Tagomago Gallery on March & April 2011. Rencontres d’Arles Festival 2010 SCAN Tarragona Image Center in Mexico City . . .… Continue reading

Rodney Rascona: Mayan Relief Foundation

“Father and daughter together at sunrise” Roberto and Elizabeth, Mayan Family, Rubel Chaj-Guatemala Rodney spent the past week in the highlands of Guatemala to raise awareness of Mayan women and their families, who endure cooking… Continue reading

Rascona’s February Updates

Rascona is travelling the world. He is now in Guatemala for The Paradigm Project. Over a million homes still cook with traditional stove methods back to their mayan culture – and like women everywhere,… Continue reading

Rascona’s Year End Update

Rodney has traveled to The Horn of Africa to create a series of portraits to help raise awareness and to help The Paradigm Project and Food For the Hungry to play their part in response to… Continue reading

Rascona’s Award

Stop by to read Press Release #1 about Rodney Rascona’s nomination by the judges of the International Photography Awards (IPA) and the LUCIE Foundation in New York. His work The Pink Door Photographs… Continue reading