FotoEvidence Press

FotoEvidence Press FotoEvidence Press supports documentary photographers working on long-term projects focused on human rights and publishes their work in a book.
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FotoEvidence Press was founded to support documentary photographers working on long-term projects that focus on human rights and social justice and to bring to light work that might otherwise not find publication. Every year, an international jury grants the FotoEvidence Book Award to one photographer whose project demonstrates courage and commitment in the pursuit of human rights and social justice and the selected project is published in a high quality, hardbound book. The Book Award winner and up to four other selected finalists will be exhibited on the FotoEvidence web site and at a Bronx Documentary Center. FotoEvidence offers to collaborate with one of the finalists to crowdfund the publication of their work.

Bronx Documentary Center
10/27/2016
Bronx Documentary Center

Bronx Documentary Center

Book Launch: Mario Cruz Talibes Modern Day Slaves
In Partnership with FotoEvidence Press

Join award-winning photographer Mario Cruz tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 28th, 7PM, as he launches his book Talibes Modern Day Slaves. The book features stunning black and white photographs documenting the plight of children exploited in Koranic schools in Senegal.

Published by FotoEvidence Press. Copies will be available for purchase.

This event is free and open to the public.

The Unravelling by Marcus Bleasdale/ FotoEvidence Press is now available on Amazon and the FotoEvidence bookstore on lin...
11/16/2015
The Unravelling

The Unravelling by Marcus Bleasdale/ FotoEvidence Press is now available on Amazon and the FotoEvidence bookstore on line. Essays by Peter N. Bauckaert of Human Rights Watch and Foreword by Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times. Photo editor Régina Monfort.http://www.fotoevidence.com/unravelling

Published as the recipient of the 2015 FotoEvidence Book Award, "The Unravelling: Central African Republic" by Marcus Bleasdale documents the recent breakdown of order and outbreak of violence in the Central African Republic (CAR). Working with Human Rights Watch (HRW) award-winning photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale traveled to remote areas of CAR where once friendly neighbors were in open conflict fuelled by competing political forces. Human Rights Watch Director of Emergencies, Peter Bouckaert, who traveled with Bleasdale contributes three essays to "The Unravelling" exploring the roots of the conflict and describing what he and Bleasdale encountered on their journey deep into CAR. Nicholas Kristof, of the New York Times, contributes a foreword reflecting on the failure of the media to bring the story of CAR to light and on the world's continuing inability to address recurring cases of mass violence. The powerful and provocative photography in "The Unravelling" contributes to a rich tradition of humanitarian photojournalism, having receiving the Robert Capa Gold Medal in addition to the FotoEvidence Book Award. The book is printed in hardcover, measures 20 x 30 cm. (8 x 12 in.) with 112 pages, containing ­­­­66 color photographs.

Published as the recipient of the 2015 FotoEvidence Book Award, The Unravelling: Central African Republic by Marcus Bleasdale documents the recent breakdown of order and outbreak of violence in the Ce

11/02/2015
FotoEvidence

FotoEvidence books are now available for sale on SquareUp:http://mkt.com/fotoevidence
Delivery within the US for 3 business days. Great selection of books from the best documentary photographers.

FotoEvidence Press is a publishing house and activist organization. Founded to continue the tradition of using photography to draw attention to human rights violations, injustice, oppression and assaults on sovereignty or human dignity wherever they may occur.

EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE SLUM by Robert McPhersonfor Report Injustice Now at FotoEvidence.
01/10/2012
FotoEvidence | DOCUMENTING SOCIAL INJUSTICE

EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE SLUM by Robert McPherson
for Report Injustice Now at FotoEvidence.

FotoEvidence is founded to continue the tradition of using photography to draw attention to human rights violations, injustice, oppression and assaults on sovereignty or human dignity wherever they may occur.

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