NOOR March Newsletter | 2022

05/04/2022 20:29

 





 
© Olga Kravets/ NOOR 
Olga Kravets Covers Protests in Helsinki Opposing the War in Ukraine for Le Monde

This month, Olga Kravets covered the protests by Russians and the Russian-speaking community in Helsinki, Finland, that oppose the war in Ukraine.  The article, "Guerre en Ukraine : en Finlande, le conflit attise le sentiment antirusse", shows how these peoples are united against the ongoing invasion, the fear they have for speaking out, and highlights incidents of accosting.
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© Andrea Bruce/ NOOR
Andrea Bruce Mentioned by National Geographic for Women's History Month
Andrea Bruce has been featured in National Geographic's article "How women photographers have changed the way we see the world," which highlights female photographers from around the world who have created impactful work.
 
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© Andrea Bruce/ NOOR

Andrea Bruce has been chronicling the effects of rising sea levels on different pockets of North Carolina for the past year. As part of an article for The Assembly titled "The Inner Banks' Rising Tide," Andrea's visuals examine the challenges residents face in Cedar Island, Stacy, and Oriental. These towns grapple with inadequate infrastructure and resources to cope with rising sea levels, especially in the face of "nuisance floods," which disproportionally impact low-income communities. 
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 © Tkachova Tatsiana
The Nikon-NOOR Academy 2022 
The #NikonNOORAcademy kicks off this week, starting first in Warsaw, Poland, with 15 female-identifying and non-binary photographers. Leading this workshop is Andrea BruceOlga Kravets, and Tanya Habjouqa, who will guide image-makers in their personal projects, sharing their knowledge and practice with participants. The next workshop will take place from April 3 to April 7 in Budapest, Hungary, with tutors Kadir van LohuizenPep Bonet, and Tanya Habjouqa. The final workshop, held in Paris, France, from April 11 to April 14, will be led by NOOR authors Francesco ZizolaSanne De Wilde and Bénédicte Kurzen.
 
Discover this year's participants
 
 © Kadir van Lohuizen/ NOOR
Rising Tide by Kadir van Lohuizen Included in the Coal + Ice Exhibition at the Kennedy in Washington DC
Rising Tide by Kadir van Lohuizen is included in the Coal + Ice exhibition, an immersive 30,000 square foot documentary photography exhibition visualizing the climate crisis. Presented by the Asia Society and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, this exhibition is open to the public until April 22. 
 
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 © Francesco Zizola/ NOOR
Mare Omnis by Francesco Zizola opens at Galleria del Cembalo on April 27 
From April 27, the seventeenth-century Palazzo Borghese in Rome, home to the Galleria del Cembalo, will host the Mare Omnis exhibition by Francesco Zizola. Open to the public until June 30, this exhibition presents a collection of 22 large-format photographs that appear to depict distant constellations but which are, in reality, fishing nets in the Mediterranean sea; networks that the tonnarotti – those who deal with slaughter – install to capture tuna during their migration to the coast.
 

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