Topic: Africa

Jimmy Nelson Pictures BV
Out There

Portraits of the Authentics: Photographing Ancient Cultures Before They Pass Away

Photographer Jimmy Nelson spent three-and-a-half years documenting the vanishing cultures of the world. His new book, Before They Pass Away, serves as visual record of what is — and what was — as the world continues evolving in 2013.

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Severely mentally disabled men and women are shackled and locked away in Juba Central Prison for years on end. The new nation of South Sudan faces a tremendous challenge to build a modern country capable of caring for all of its citizens. Juba, Sudan. January 2011. Photo Robin Hammond/Panos
Out There

Harrowing Photos of the Mentally Ill in Sub-Saharan Africa

Robin Hammond was awarded a $30,000 grant for his work documenting mental illness in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Conflict and Costume
Out There

Jim Naughten: Conflict and Costume in Namibia

Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been indefinitely shaped by their colonial experience.

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Viviane Sassen
Out There

Waking Dream: Viviane Sassen’s Fashion Photography

Viviane Sassen, who is famous for her beautiful fine art photography from Africa, is also an accomplished fashion photographer with an exhibition up at the Huis Marseille Museum in Amsterdam.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

After the Revolution: Libya Photographed by Yuri Kozyrev

Abigail Hauslohner drove across Libya with photographer Yuri Kozyrev, and found a new country along the way.

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North Korea Military
Profile

David Guttenfelder: A New Look at North Korea

On May 1, 2013, photographer David Guttenfelder will be named the recipient of the 2013 Infinity Award for Photojournalism by the International Center of Photography. Guttenfelder is recognized for his continued efforts documenting daily life inside North Korea for the Associated Press, as part of the team running the agency’s new bureau in the country. His work provides an unparalleled look behind the curtain of life in the North.

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A soldier of the northern regime's army, the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF), lies dead, immersed in oil next to a leaking petroleum facility after heavy fighting with southern SPLA troops after they entered Heglig in mid April.
Photo Essay

Tracing the Consequences of War In Divided Sudan

Photojournalist Dominic Nahr recounts the difficulties of covering a war with quickly shifting front lines—and a complex map of rebellions and enmities.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

The New Islamists: Photographs by Yuri Kozyrev

Morocco’s Islamists are not seeking to take their country back to some ancient golden age, but instead trying to bring it to the 21st Century without losing its religious moorings.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

On the Ground: Safe from #Kony?

TIME reports from the Central African village where the U.S. Military has set up camp to help track down the LRA’s Joseph Kony.

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Dominic Nahr—Magnum for TIME
Photo Essay

The African Spring: Senegal by Dominic Nahr

TIME contract photographer Dominic Nahr documents the opposition movement in Senegal, which is hoping to unite the spark of reform and political consciousness not just in the country, but across Africa, to finally bring to a close the unhappy era of the continent’s Big Men.

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