APRIL 9 – JULY 10, 2016
I am pleased to announce the second edition of Eyes on Main Street, Wilson Outdoor Photo Festival. On April 9, 2016, Nash Street, the main street of Wilson, will be transformed into a vibrant gallery of large-scale photographs. For 100 days, 100 photographs will be displayed on storefront windows, spanning six city blocks. Taking visitors across the railroad tracks, the exhibition will link east and west Wilson into one shared community. We are most proud of this achievement. Focusing on the theme of “Main Street, a Crossroad of Cultures” the exhibition, curated by myself and co-curated by Catherine Coulter Lloyd and Régina Monfort, features the work of 100 photographers from 29 countries with an equal number of men and women. The photographs on display show us 48 different countries The inaugural 2015 exhibit garnered international publicity and earned the 2015 Gertrude S. Carraway Award of Merit from Preservation North Carolina. The Eyes on Main Street festival launches on the corner of Nash & Douglas Streets on April 9th with an outdoor party featuring live music and runs until July 10, 2016. Over the 100 days, a number of events will celebrate Wilson’s commitment to the arts, including a partnership with Columbia College in Chicago. Sponsored by Columbia College Alumni Association, Peter Fitzpatrick, Chair of the Photography Department, School of Fine and Performing Arts of Columbia College will supervise senior photography students who will travel from Chicago to Wilson to conduct workshops for more than 100 Wilson youth who are part of Wilson’s Save A Youth program, St. John Community Development Corporation with Rev. Michael Bell, Executive Director and Wilson City Councilman. Investing in our Youth is the best way to invest in the future of our Historic Downtown. Please, show us your support by visiting this wonderful exhibition over and over again. Artistic Director April 2016
FESTIVAL EVENTS PHOTOGRAPHIC WALK WITH JEROME DE PERLINGHI
Thursday, April 7, 9 a.m. – noon For College Students Imagination Station, 224 East Nash Street, Wilson @ 8:45 a.m. Stroll through the neighborhoods of Wilson. Following the walk, a snack and discussion about Street Photography, ending @ 2 p.m.The event is free, but you must register at: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Sunday, April 3.
Régina Monfort is a photographer, photo editor at FotoEvidence and Eyes on Main Street co-curator. She has edited a number of books by award-winning photojournalists and brings her experience working in the studios of Irving Penn and Richard Avedon to her own projects. The event is free, but space is limited. You must register at eyesonmainstreet2016@gmail. com no later than Sunday, April 3.
OPENING EXHIBIT FOR SAVEPORTFOLIO REVIEW FOR COLLEGE A-YOUTH/COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS WITH RÉGINA WORKSHOP Saturday, April 9, 4 – 5:30 p.m. MONFORT Saturday, April 9, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Imagination Station, 224 East Nash Street, Wilson 4 EYES ON MAIN STREET
203 East Nash Street, Wilson. Free Event.
EYES ON MAIN STREET OPENING NIGHT PARTY
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Sunday, April 10, 1:30 p.m. Say Yum Ice Cream/Deli Shop, Saturday, April 9, 5 – 8 p.m. Corner of Douglas & Nash Streets, 408 Nash Street NE, Wilson. Free Event. on the side of Imagination Station An outdoor event featuring live music by Rebekah Todd & The OPENING OF “EYES ON THE OLD Odyssey, a multi-piece band NORTH STATE” including guitar, drums, piano, Sunday, April 10, 2:30 – 4 p.m. saxophone and trombone playing Imagination Station, 224 East Nash favorite rock, soul, funk and jazz Street, Wilson tunes. Say Yum Ice Cream/Deli An exhibit of photographs from Shop will be providing food and the Library of Congress and a soft drinks for purchase and collection of Film Cameras. Free Brewmasters will be on site with Event. beer & wine for purchase.
Saturday, April 9, -5:30 – 7 p.m. Located at the corner of Goldsboro & Nash Streets. Free Event.
EYES ON MAIN STREET 2016 FIRST WALK HOSTED BY JEROME DE PERLINGHI
Sunday, April 10, 1 – 2:30 p.m. Walk begins at Say Yum Ice Cream/Deli Shop, 408 Nash Street NE, Wilson. Free Event.
Sunday, April 17, 6 p.m. Boykin Theater, 108 Nash Street, Wilson An extraordinary story of how this lady, unknown to others before her death in 2009, was a wonderful photographer. Running time: 84 minutes, followed by a discussion. Free Event, No reservation required.
EYES ON MAIN STREET 2016 LAST WALK HOSTED BY JEROME DE PERLINGHI Friday, July 8, 6 p.m. 224 East Nash Street, Wilson Walk begins at the Imagination Station. Free Event.
DEVIN AADLAND Photograph taken in Chicago, IL, 2014 Photo Sponsors: Perry and Nancy Morrison Devin Aadland a photographer living in Chicago, IL, specializes in narrative-based portraiture. Using characters, props and matching scenery, he creates high energy, visually stimulating images.
STEPHEN ACSAI Photograph taken in Wilson, NC, 2015 Photo Sponsor: Stephen Acsai Stephen Acsai is a native North Carolinian, self-taught in the craft of photography since an early age. He began studying photography indepth while serving with the US Army in Vietnam. Acsaiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interests are architectural and scenic photography.
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Photograph taken in Hoi An, Vietnam, 2014 Ghadah Alrawi is a documentary photographer currently based in Yerevan, Armenia. Her photographs of Arab-Americans were exhibited in A Community of Many Worlds: Arab-Americans in New York City at the Museum of the City of New York, and she has been published in The Photo Review. Alrawi has worked and lived in Kosovo, Jordan, Ukraine, Belgium, and Australia.
REMY ARTIGES Photograph taken in Charleroi, Belgium, 2012 RĂŠmy Artiges is a photographer who lives and works in Paris.
JANE EVELYN ATWOOD Photograph taken in Port de Paix, Haiti, 2007 Photo Sponsor: Inza Walston Jane Evelyn Atwood was born in New York and has been living in France since 1971. She is the author of ten books. Her book, Women in Prison (Phaidon, 2000) remains the definitive photographic reference on female incarceration to date. Atwood is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards including the first W. Eugene Smith Award, 1980 and a World Press Foundation Prize, Amsterdam, 1987 among several others.
SVETLANA BACHEVANOVA Photograph taken in Pine Ridge, SD, 2007 Photo Sponsor: Diane L. Webb Svetlana Bachevanova is a documentary photographer, curator, and founder of FotoEvidence Press. She began her photography career in Bulgaria where, beginning in 1989 she served as the chief photographer for the first anti-communist newspaper, Democratzia. She has curated annual FotoEvidence Book Award exhibits and several international exhibits.
ERNESTO BAZAN Photograph taken in Vi単ales, Cuba, 2003 Photo Sponsors: Richard and Catherine Lloyd Ernesto Bazan was born in Palermo, Italy, in 1959. He received his first camera when he was 14-years-old and began photographing daily life in his native city of Sicily. He has had exhibitions in Europe, Latin America and the United States and his photographs have been collected by private collectors and museums including MOMA, ICP, SFMOMA, the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, the Fondazione Italiana della Fotografia in Turin, the Biblioteque Nationale in Paris and the Musee Rattau in Arles.
FATEMEH BEHBOUDI Photograph taken in Tehran, Iran, 2015 Fatemeh Behboudi is a photojournalist and documentary photographer. She was born in 1985 in Teheran. She started professional photography in 2007 and has worked for many Iranian news agencies. Behboudi is the recipient of multiple international awards.
NINA BERMAN Photograph taken in Kandahar, Afghanistan, 2000
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Nina Berman is a documentary photographer, author and educator, whose photographs and videos have been exhibited at more than 100 international venues. She has received awards from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Open Society Foundation, World Press Photo and Hasselbald among others. Her photographic series, Marine Wedding, was exhibited at the Whitney Biennial 2010 and is considered an iconic work on the Iraq war. Berman is an associate professor at Columbia University and is a member of the Amsterdam-based NOOR photo collective. She lives in her hometown of New York City.
VALERIO BISPURI Photograph taken in Rome, Italy, 2011 Photo Sponsors: Neill and Linda Connor Valerio Bispuri was born in Rome in 1971. He has been a professional reporter since 2001 and collaborates with numerous Italian and international magazines. He has carried out reportages all over the world and recently finished his photographic project of ten years, Encerrados, a book about life conditions in seventy-four prisons across the South American continent. Bispuri has been awarded numerous international prizes: Latin American POY (2011, honorable mention), Sony World Photography Award (2013, 1st prize Contemporary Issues), Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards (2013) and the POY (2014, 2nd prize, Feature Story Editing – Magazine).
SHERYL BROOKS-VICK Photograph taken in Clarendon, Jamaica, 2008 Photo Sponsors: Henry and Betty Lou Walston Sheryl Brooks-Vick is a photographer who was born and raised in Jamaica. She later moved to the United States after marrying her husband, Sheldon Vick, a Wilson, NC, native. In her spare time, Vick is a member of the Jamaica Cancer society and the Just Ask! Foundation. Her favorite phrase is “giving God thanks for everyday of life.”
MARK BROWN Photograph taken in Manhattan, NY, 2014 Photo Sponsors: photographers from Taiwan Mark Brown is a photographer based in New York who specializes in street photography.
LARS BRUNDIN Photograph taken in Key West, FL, 2015 Photo Sponsors: Robert Williams, Randi Danforth, and Claire Williams Lars Brundin is an award-winning photographer, born in Växjö, Sweden, and is self-taught. At just 14-yearsold he began working for his local newspaper. After some years, Brundin moved to southern Sweden (Malmo) and became the staff photographer for the morning newspaper, Sydsvenskan. When not photographing musicians, he plays the guitar with his band.
SANJA BUTERIN Photograph taken in Venice, Italy, 2012 Sanja Buterin was born in Skopje, Macedonia and now lives in Lovran, Croatia. She has taken part in over 60 group international photography exhibitions in the past several years in various cities around Europe, where she has won several awards.
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Photograph taken in Pine Ridge, SD, 2012 Katie Callan is an American photographer and videographer living between Marseille, France and the Los Angeles area. Her work has been featured in Libération, Next, Intersection, Madame Figaro, l’Equipe, as well as photo festivals Visa Pour l’Image and Terre d’Images, and collective contemporary art shows at museums MARTa Herford (Germany), BWA (Poland), and La Gaité Lyrique (Paris).
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JAMES CARROLL Photograph taken in New York, NY, 1967 James Carroll, a photographer based in New York City, has been published in The New York Times Magazine, The Times Book Review Section, Population Bulletin, American Prospect, Venture, The Sun and more. His work has been included in several photographic publications and is included in the public collections of the University of Rochester, the Richard Dry Library of Buffalo, New York, the New York Public Library and Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.
ROBERT CASSANOVA Photograph taken in Wormsloe Plantation, Savannah, GA, 2001 Photo Sponsor: Jay Hood Robert Cassanova’s photography integrates the visualization process for science and art into his photographic images. Robert lectures on the subject of photographic composition and “The Visual Rhythms of Art, Science and Religion.” Robert lives on a farm with his wife, Alice, near the town of Battleboro in Eastern North Carolina.
EDOUARD CAUPEIL Photograph taken in Tanger, Algeria, 2006 Photo Sponsors: Watson and Sally Barnes Edouard Caupeil is a photographer from France. His work has been published in Libération, Géo, Le Monde, Télérama, and Le Monde.
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MARC CHAUMEIL Photograph taken in Genoa, Italy, 2013 Photo Sponsors: Perry and Nancy Morrison Marc Chaumeil started photography in 1982. Since 1990 he collaborates regularly to newspapers such as Libération, Le Monde, L’Express, Le Parisien Magazine, amongst others. In 1995 he became the first photographer to capture the Tour de France with a digital camera. In 2012 he published François Hollande Président Élu (Privat Editions), a book that chronicles the campaign for the man who would become the next French President.
JAMASON CHEN Photograph taken in Nairobi, Kenya, 2013 Photo Sponsor: Catherine Johnson As an ardent photographer and clinical professor in visual communication, Jamason Chen teaches photojournalism and curate photographic exhibitions both in China and the U.S. He has been a professional and student portfolio reviewer in the Society of Photographic Education conference since 2010. His essays and columns have been published in Asia and the U.S.
SYLVAIN CHERKAOUI Photograph taken in Nzerekore, Guinea, 2014 Photo Sponsors: John and Kathy Bethune Born in France in 1978, Sylvain Cherkaoui has been working as a professional photographer since 2001. In 2004, Cherkaoui moved to Madrid, Spain, where he worked as a staff photographer for the Spanish national newspaper, ADN. Currently based in Dakar, Senegal, he works as a freelance photographer for the international press as well as for NGOs like ActionAid and the Red Cross. Cherkaoui’s main focus is the news in West Africa, where he has covered topics like the war in Mali and the Ebola epidemic. He is represented by Cosmos photo agency.
ELENA CHERNYSHOVA Photograph taken in Moscow, Russia, 2015 Photo Sponsor: Hal and Ginny Tarleton Elena Chernyshova is a Russian documentary photographer, based in France. In 2011 Elena received a grant from the Lagardère Foundation to create the photo documentary, “Days of Night – Nights of Day,” about the daily life of the industrial city of Norilsk, 400 kilometers to north of the Arctic Circle in Siberia. She is the recipient of several international awards.
VINCENT CIANNI Photograph taken in Newburgh, NY, 2015 Documentary photographer Vincent Cianni graduated from Penn State University, the Maryland Institute College of Art, and SUNY New Paltz. He teaches photography at Parsons The New School of Design, New York City. He currently lives in Newburgh, New York. His photographs are represented in numerous public and private collections.
MARJORY COLLINS Photograph taken in New York, NY, 1942 Marjory Collins (1912–1985) was an American photojournalist. She is remembered above all for her coverage of the home front during World War II. As a result of a contribution for U.S. Camera and Travel about Hoboken, New Jersey, she was invited to work for the Foreign Service of the United States Office of War Information where she completed some fifty assignments.
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DENIS DAILLEUX Photograph taken in Accra, Ghana, 2009 Photo Sponsors: Scott and Susan Fecho Denis Dailleux, born in Angers, France, currently lives in Cairo, Egypt. He is represented by the gallery Camera Obscura (Paris) and the Galerie 127 (Marrakech). He has won several prizes; most recently 2nd place in the Staged Portrait category of World Press Photo 2014 for his series, Mother and Son.
MARIKA DEE Photograph taken in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 2014 Photo Sponsors: Kimberly Van Dyk and Sam Cohen Marika Dee is a documentary photographer based in Brussels, Belgium. She studied law at the University of Leuven and worked as a jurist before taking up photography. Her work focuses on social issues and youth culture. Her photographs have appeared in publications worldwide including Newsweek Japan, Internazionale, De Standaard and Macleanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. She has received recognition from UNICEF Picture of the Year and International Photography Awards and her work has been exhibited internationally.
JEAN-LUC DERU Photograph taken in Rome, Italy, 2001 Jean-Luc Deru has been an active photographer for over thirty years in the Liege region. For ten years he has concentrated on personal photo essays, many of which have been exhibited and published in several European countries. As of late, he has turned his attention to architectural photography and illustration.
THE DETROIT PUBLISHING COMPANY Photograph taken in Chicago, IL, ca. 1902 Photo Sponsor: Jay Hood The Detroit Publishing Company was started by publisher William A. Livingstone and photographer Edwin H. Husher in the late 19thcentury. It wasn’t until 1905 that the company called itself the Detroit Publishing Company. The company acquired exclusive rights to use a form of photography processing called Photochrom. Photochrom allowed for the company to mass market postcards and other materials in color. Their products were sold in the United States. Around 1899, they published, Views of People and Sites in Algeria. (Source: Wikipedia)
CLAUDINE DOURY Photograph taken in Maloyaroslavets, Russia, 2012 Photo Sponsors: Martha and H.H. Walston Claudine Doury was born in Blois, France and is currently living in Paris. Now a freelance photographer, she began as a picture editor for the Gamma Agency, Contact Press Images in New York and for the newspaper Libération in Paris. She received the Leica Oscar Barnack award in 1999, the World Press in 2000 and the Prix Niepce for her entire work in 2004. Doury is represented by La Galerie Particulière in Paris, Box Galerie in Brussels and is a member of VU Agency.
BARBARA DOUX Photograph taken in Kerala, India, 2014 Photo Sponsors: Woody and Nancy Harrison Barbara Doux, a native of France, is often looking at people from whom society turns away: the damaged, the marginalized, and the strange. She has won the Howard Chapnick award from the Missouri Photo Workshop.
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KEVIN C DOWNS Photograph taken in Rockaway, Queens, NY, 2012 Kevin Downs is a New York based photojournalist and documentary photographer. He studied fine arts at Pratt Institute and photography at City College. For the past six years, he has been documenting an area of Corona, Queens, known as the Iron Triangle. Downs’ work has been printed in several leading international publications. He has been represented by Cosmos since 2013.
RICHARD DUMAS Photograph taken in Tokyo, Japan, 1989 Richard Dumas, well-known for his portraits, is not a portraitist, but a photographer. His pictures appear to be placed out of time, making them icons through the mystery of his images and their unexpected vibrations of light. Richard Dumas is represented by VU The Gallery, Paris, France.
OSCAR DURAND Photograph taken in Kathmandu, Nepal, 2015 Peruvian photojournalist Oscar Durand discovered visual storytelling by accident, while studying industrial engineering in Lima, Peru. After moving to the United States and graduating from the photojournalism program at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Oscar returned to Peru to focus on social issues in Latin America working in photo and video. Oscar’s work has been featured by The New York Times, GlobalPost, PRI’s The World and Glamour, among others.
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MELANIE EINZIG Photograph taken in Brooklyn, NY, 2015 Photo Sponsors: Buck and Jean Yelverton Melanie Einzig grew up in Minnesota and moved to New York in 1990. Shortly after graduating she worked for the Associated Press. In 1997 she received the Aaron Siskind Foundation fellowship for her work titled Midtown. Her images have been exhibited in the US and Europe and included in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Brooklyn Historical Society amongst others. She is part of the street photography collective, in-public.
ELLE ELSKAMP Photograph taken in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 2015 Elle Elskamp is a photographer living in a small village on the west coast of the Netherlands. As a retired chiropodist, she spends her free time photographing street scenes, people and anything she finds interesting.
WILFRID ESTEVE Photograph taken in Shashamane, Ethiopia, 2002 Wilfrid Esteve is a photographer, teacher and producer. Since 2004 he has led FreeLens-France. He is a member of the Observatory of Photojournalism from the Ministry of Culture, co-founder of the agencyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OEil Public, speaker specializing in photojournalism and is in charge of management of the studio Hans Lucas. April 2016
WALKER EVANS Photograph taken in New Orleans, LA, 1935 Photo Sponsor: Penny Womble Walker Evans (1903â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1975) was an American photographer best known for his work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA) documenting the effects of the Great Depression. Many of his works are in the permanent collections of museums and have been the subject of retrospectives at such institutions as The Metropolitan Museum of Art or George Eastman House.
PETER FITZPATRICK Photograph taken in Denver, CO, 2015 Peter Fitzpatrick is the chair of the Photography Department at Columbia College, Chicago. He completed a Master of Fine Arts at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW Sydney. In Australia and New Zealand, he has shown his work with the Canberra Museum and Art Gallery, Casula Powerhouse, the Adam Art Gallery and many more. In 2001 Fitzpatrick was the recipient of the National Photographic Purchase Award from Albury Regional Art Gallery.
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Photograph taken in Marseille, France, 1992 Photo Sponsor: Chantal Whelan Eric Franceschi began his professional career in Marseille. He has scoured the PACA region and beyond, photographing for newspapers, particularly the news daily, LibĂŠration. Franceschi now spends most of his time on non-news related work, finding it more personal and enriching.
ELIE GARDNER Photograph taken in Shishtavec, Albania, 2015 Elie Gardner is a photo and video journalist with a passion for telling social and environmental stories. After four years in Lima, Peru, she is now based in Istanbul, Turkey. Gardner has worked with publications and non-profit organizations such as PRI’s The World, The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, Pro Mujer, Chemonics International, Center for International Forestry Research, Nature and the U.S. Forest Service.
ARLENE GOTTFRIED Photograph taken in Brooklyn, NY, 2013 Arlene Gottfried, a New York City native, has traveled and photographed for The New York Times, Fortune, Life and The Independent in London. She has received numerous awards including The Bernice Abbott International Competition of Women’s Documentary Photography. Gottfried is a lecturer, teacher and gospel singer.
CLAUDIA GRIEBL Photograph taken in Cologne-Mulheim, Germany, 2015 Claudia Griebl is a photographer with a diverse background in makeup, writing, film and music. Her photos have been displayed in exhibitions across the world and used by ad agencies, magazines and more. She has a self-described “love that borders on obsession” for photography. April 2016
LORI GRINKER Photograph taken in Massawa-Asmara Road, Eritrea, 1992 Lori Grinker, born in New York, is an award-winning documentary photographer. Internationally exhibited and published, her work has garnered many awards. A lecturer at Yale since 2010 and a faculty member at ICP, she teaches workshops around the world. She is represented by Nailya Alexander Gallery in New York, Meo Represents, and has been a member of Contact Press Images since 1988.
NORAH GUSTAFSON Photograph taken in Los Angeles, CA, 2015 Norah Gustafson was born and raised in the American South. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from Columbia College Chicago. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Her photography emanates from her direct experience of the world, and combines formal, documentary, and experimental techniques.
DAVID HAAS Photograph taken in Florence, Italy, 2008 David Haas was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photographic Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He briefly worked in a commercial photography studio in Chicago until a career change took him to medical school. Haas currently resides and works in Wilson, North Carolina as an ophthalmologist and a photographer.
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GENEVIEVE HAFNER Photograph taken in Manhattan, NY, 1995 Photo Sponsor: Yolande Andrews Genevieve Hafner is a New York City based professional photographer who relentlessly seeks the poetry that seeps through the cracks of the city streets. Her collaborative projects include the book, Paris-New York: A Dialogue of Complicity Between Jean-Marc Dimanche and Genevieve Hafner, and the online photo collective The G Road.
GRACE HASKIN Photograph taken in Greenville, NC, 2015 Photo Sponsors: Richard and Catherine Lloyd Grace Haskin graduated from East Carolina University in 2015. Her interest in photography began during her final semester under the instruction of Jerome De Perlinghi.
ANAHIT HAYRAPETYAN Photograph taken in Kaputan Village, Armenia, 2013 Anahit Hayrapetyan is an Armenian photographer, born in Karabakh in 1981. She has a masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in computer science. In 2005, Hayrapetyan participated in a photojournalism course organized by World Press Photo and the Caucasus Institute. She later studied at the Danish Media School of Journalism. Her photos have been published in Enter WPPH, Eurasianet.org, FotoEvidence and Le Point, among others. She is a co-founder of 4Plus Documentary Photography Center in Armenia and her photography book, Princess to Slave, was published in 2015 by FotoEvidence. Hayrapetyan is currently based in Germany.
KATJA HEINEMANN Photograph taken in Manhattan, NY, 2012 Katja Heinemann is a Brooklyn-based German photographer. Her new media documentaries on HIV/AIDS, On Borrowed Time, about the lives of children and teenagers in the US, and The Graying of AIDS, on the aging of the global pandemic, illustrate how a personal body of work can grow from an editorial concept into an advocacy and educational tool, utilizing a wide array of platforms and media to have maximum impact in reaching diverse audiences.
KATHARINA HESSE Photograph taken in Beijing, China, 2015 Katharina Hesse is a Beijing-based photographer who has worked throughout Asia for two decades. Since 2005 Hesse has been freelancing for various publications and is represented by the Laif Agency, Germany. Her work has been shown internationally including Moving Walls 20 (2013), The Alice Austin House (Invisible Migrations, 2014), The Noorderlicht Photo Festival (2009/2010).
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Photograph taken in Lincolnton, NC, 1908 Photo Sponsors: Staff of the Imagination Station Lewis Hine (1874â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1940) was an American sociologist and photographer. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States. The Library of Congress holds more than five thousand Hine photographs, including examples of his child labor and Red Cross photographs, his work portraits, and his WPA and TVA images.
JESSICA HINES Photograph taken in Saigon, Vietnam, 1970/2015 Photo Sponsors: The Beer Store Artist and storyteller Jessica Hines studied photography at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she received a Master of Fine Arts degree. Her work has been widely exhibited and published in North and South America, throughout Asia, Europe and Oceania. Hines, the recipient of several prestigious awards, most recently won the PDN Photo Annual 2013 for best Personal photography, New York City, New York.
ED KASHI Photograph taken in Beirut, Lebanon, 1996 Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker, speaker and educator. A member of VII Photo Agency, Kashi is recognized for his complex imagery and compelling rendering of the human condition. A pioneer and innovator of multimedia, Kashi was named Pictures of the Year International Multimedia Photographer of the Year in 2015.
BORYANA KATSAROVA Photograph taken in Ribnovo, Bulgaria, 2015 Boryana Katsarova, born in Bulgaria, 1981, is a freelance photographer specializing in documentary, editorial and portrait photography. Her work is represented by the Paris based agency Cosmos, after covering the news in the Balkans for AFP during for three years (2007-2010). She holds Bachelors Degree in Artistic and Applied Photography from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (NATFA), Sofia, Bulgaria and is currently studying a Master Degree in Esthetics of Applied Photography at the same Academy.
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BIRTE KAUFMANN Photograph taken in County Kildare, Ireland, 2013 Photo Sponsors: Dale and Wesley Trump Birte Kaufmann was born 1981 in Germany. She lives and works as a freelance photographer in Cologne and Berlin.
ANIA KLOSEK Photograph taken in Lviv, Ukraine, 2015 Ania Kłosek lives and works in Poland. She is a laureate of Polish and international photo contests. She has presented her works at numerous group exhibitions including Street Photography Now and Miami Street Photography Festival. She is a member of the international photo collective, PUBLIGRAPHY.
DOROTHEA LANGE Photograph taken in Siler City, NC, 1939 Photo Sponsors: Kate and Libby Eagles Dorothea Lange (1895–1965) was an influential American documentary photographer and photojournalist, and best known for her Depression-era work for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). Lange’s photographs humanized the consequences of the Great Depression and influenced the development of documentary photography. 28 EYES ON MAIN STREET
SEAN LARKIN Photograph taken in Wilson, NC, 2015 Photo Sponsors: Jeremy Tuttle and Anna Smith Sean Larkin is a street and urban exploration photographer located in Wilson, North Carolina. He specializes in art print sales and is currently working on several long running projects and is planning to publish a book in the near future.
VINCENT LIGNIER Photograph taken in Las Vegas, NV, 2009 Vincent Lignier is a France-based photographer with an extensive client list spanning editorial, advertising and entertainment. His clients include Rolling Stone, The Financial Times, Figaro, Le Monde, Universal, Columbia, Motown, Pinault Printemps and Sanofi Aventis.
PI LIN LIU Photograph taken in Hsiapu, China, 2013 Pi Lin Liu is a Taiwanese photographer. After working as a painter for twenty years, Liu switched his focus to photography. In addition to shooting a wide range of subjects, he has also branched out as a digital artist.
WOODY LUK Photograph taken in Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong, 2012 Woody Luk is a photographer based out of Hong Kong, China.
GRACIELA MAGNONI Photograph taken in Montevideo, Uruguay, 2014 Graciela Magnoni travels the world shooting candid street photography. For several years, she worked for ISTOE, a Brazilian news magazine and later moved to New York where she worked for multiple mainstream Brazilian magazines and newspapers. Magnoni received her M.A. in Documentary Photography for the University of Minnesota. She is currently based in Singapore.
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MARYAM MAJD Photograph taken in Tehran, Iran, 2015
Maryam Majd is a photojournalist and women’s rights activist. She received her Bachelor of Arts in photography from Tehran Azad University. Majd is currently a photographer at Etemad Newspaper. She has been a part of several documentary films and photo exhibitions and received numerous accolades and awards for her work.
PASCAL MAITRE Photograph taken in Rinconada, Peru, 2014 Pascal Maitre started working as a photojournalist in 1979 for Jeune Afrique. His numerous reports have lead him all over the world, from Siberia to South America, through Afghanistan and Africa. His photographs have been published in the most eminent French and foreign magazines: Geo France, Geo Germany, L’Express, Paris Match, National Geographic Magazine,The Telegraph Magazine, Elle, Stern, Der Spiegel, Life,Terra Mater and more. He has won many prestigious awards and has been exhibited all over the world. He is represented by Cosmos Photo Agency.
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CYRIL MARCILHACY Photograph taken in Tripoli, Libya, 2015 Cyril Marcilhacy was born in Roubaix, France, in 1981, and now lives in Paris. After studying finance and spending two years in an audit firm, he decided to pursue his passion for reportage and began a career in photojournalism. After training as a photojournalist at EMI-CFD in Paris from 2009 to 2010, Marcilhacy began his career as a freelance photographer. He joined the Cosmos agency in 2013.
CATALINA MARTIN-CHICO Photograph taken in Hadibo, Socotra Island, Yemen, 2012 Photo Sponsor: Jenny Moore Catalina Martin-Chico is a FrenchSpanish photographer born in 1969. She worked extensively in Yemen during eight years, doing travel stories for GEO magazine as well as covering the revolution in 2011. Recently, she has focused more on social issues in the West Indies, in South America and in France, where she lives. She works mostly on assignment, and has been published by Elle, The New York Times, Marie Claire, The Sunday Times, La Repubblica in Italy and more.
ESTELLE MASSRY Photograph taken in Sea Bright, NJ, USA, 2012 Photo Sponsors: Curtis and Yolande Andrews Estelle Massry is a French photographer based out of Rumson, New Jersey. She specializes in portraiture and live music photography. Her style has been described as very classy and intimate with an ability to portray raw emotion. 32 EYES ON MAIN STREET
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RANIA MATAR Photograph taken in Baddoura 13, Beirut, Lebanon, 2014 Photo Sponsor: Wendy Moore Rania Matar was born and raised in Lebanon and moved to the U.S. in 1984. She studied photography at the New England School of Photography. Matar started teaching photography in 2009 and offered summer photography workshops to teenage girls in Lebanonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s refugee camps with the assistance of non-governmental organizations. Her work has won several awards, has been featured in numerous publications, and exhibited widely in the U.S. and internationally.
SUSAN MEISELAS Photograph taken in El Salvador, 1979 Susan Meiselas received her Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College and her Master of Arts in visual education from Harvard University. Meiselas joined Magnum Photos in 1976 and has worked as a freelance photographer since then. She is best known for her coverage of the insurrection in Nicaragua and her documentation of human rights issues in Latin America. She is presently serving as president of the Magnum Foundation.
KERRINE MELTON Photograph taken in Greenville, NC, 2015 Kerrine Melton is an aspiring photographer that will soon graduate from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. Her work is socially orientated and her photographs are moving. Melton has passion and commitment â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a true journalistic spirit. 34 EYES ON MAIN STREET
Photograph taken in Moscow, Russia, 2013 Photo Sponsors: Larry and Emily Simmons Alexey Myakishev, born in Kirov, is a professional photographer. He is the recipient of the Interphoto award (1998, 2001) and was awarded scholarships from the Ministry of Culture of Russia (1996, 1997). Currently residing in Moscow, he is an instructor at the educational program, “Leica-Akademia” and is working on a number of documentary projects on Provincial Russia. Myakishev’s photos have been exhibited in Russia, France, Germany, Canada, Italy, Czech Republic and Austria.
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MACIEK NABRDALIK Photograph taken in Chong Kneas, Cambodia, 2009 Maciek Nabrdalik is a graduate of Warsaw University of Technology. In 2007, Nabrdalik won Picture of the Year in Poland and, shortly after he began working as a freelancer. He is a member of VII Photo. Nabrdalik is based in Warsaw, Poland and his stories have been published by Smithsonian, L’Espresso, Newsweek, Polityka and The Wall Street Journal among others.
ALEX NG Photograph taken in Hong Kong, China, 2015 Alex Ng is a photographer based out of Hong Kong, China.
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IZABELA NOWAK Photograph taken in North York Moors National Park, United Kingdom, 2015 Photo Sponsor: Sarah Pikett Izabela Nowak is a Polish photographer currently living in London. Her work has been presented in the Night Contact Project at Brighton Photo Biennial, Slideluck VII in Los Angeles and the photography magazines Shots, F-Stop International Street Photographer.
VINCENT NGUYEN Photograph taken in Domoni, Comoros, 2009 Photo Sponsors: Dan and Kathi Blackmon Vincent Nguyen is a photojournalist based in Toulouse, France. After many years working for the french daily Liberation, he joined the agency Riva Press, a collective of five photographers.
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SOON-HWA OH Photograph taken in Varanasi, India, 2013 Soon-Hwa Oh is an associate professor of Photography and Digital Imaging Program at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She holds a doctorate degree from Columbia University (Teachers College). Her works have been widely exhibited around the World in prestigious venues such as the Lucca Photo Festival, the Pingyao International Photography Festival and many more. She serves as an editorial board member for the Photographies Journal in the UK.
LINA PALLOTTA Photograph taken in Istanbul, Turkey, 2013 Photo Sponsor: Dave Matthews Lina Pallotta is a long-term photographic narrative author and visual reportage educator.
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Photograph taken in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, Mexico, 2012 Encarni Pindado is a Spanish born photojournalist with interests in gender, immigration, human rights and social issues. She is currently working on a long-term project about gender and migration. Her work has been published across major media outlets in the industry in Europe, the United States and Latin America.
JAKE PRICE Photograph taken in Corail-Cesselesse, Haiti, 2010 Jake Price has worked as a freelance producer for the BBC for over 15 years producing multi-media pieces for BBC In Pictures. Along with James Wellford, he founded SeenUnseen, which promotes in-depths stories that the mainstream media overlooks. World Press Photo awarded him an honorable mention for his immersive web documentary, Unknown Spring. Priceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s immersive media and photography appears in The New Yorker, The New York Times, TIME, Rolling Stone, Orion Magazine, Newsweek, Le Monde II and others throughout the world.
EUGENE RICHARDS Photograph taken in Brooklyn, NY, 1993 Photo Sponsors: Jim and Cindy Cash Eugene Richards is a photographer, writer, and documentary filmmaker who has authored seventeen books, the most recent being War Is Personal (Many Voices Press, 2010), a documentation in words and pictures of the human consequences of the Iraq war, and Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down (Many Voices Press, 2014), which speaks of life in the Arkansas Delta decades ago and today. Among numerous honors, Mr. Richards has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Award, an International Center of Photography Infinity Award, and the Kraszna-Krausz Award for Photographic Innovation in Books. His photographs are represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, the International Center of Photography, Centre Pompidou, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the New York Public Library, among others. April 2016
JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ Photograph taken in Kabul, Afghanistan, 2001 Photo Sponsor: A Friend of the Festival Joseph Rodriguez was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. In 1985, he graduated with a Photojournalism and Documentary Diploma from the International Center of Photography in New York. He went on to work for print and online news organizations like National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, Mother Jones, Newsweek, Esquire, Stern, and New America Media. He has been awarded Pictures of the Year by the National Press Photographers Association and the University of Missouri (1990, 1992, 1996 and 2002) and is the author of Spanish Harlem, part of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;American Sceneâ&#x20AC;? series by the National Museum of American Art/D.A.P.
JUDITH RODRIGUEZ Photograph taken in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2015 Judith Rodriguez is a photographer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Though a psychoanalyst by trade, she spends most of her time pursuing her true passion, street photography. Her work has been displayed in Argentina, Chile and the United States.
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Photograph taken in Brooklyn, NY, 2001 Photo Sponsor: Barnes Motor Parts Linda Rosier began her photo career in New Orleans where she learned documentary and street photography. She then moved to New York, where she has worked for The Village Voice, The New York Times, Newsday and as a staff photographer at The New York Daily News. Rosier currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
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ARI ROSSNER Photograph taken in Halkidiki, Greece, 2015 Ari Rossner is a Paris-based beauty, fashion and portrait photographer. He collaborates with magazines and advertising agencies, shooting campaigns for major companies in the cosmetics industry such as L’Oréal, Bourjois, T. LeClerc, Sephora, Nina Ricci and Natura Brasil. Rossner’s curiosity for different cultures leads him to distant lands to see and tell their stories through photography.
STEPHEN SHAMES Photograph taken in Bronx, NY, 1982 Stephen Shames creates award winning photo essays on social issues. He is the author of nine monographs. His latest, Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers, will be published by Abrams in 2016. Shames received the Kodak Crystal Eagle Award for Impact in Photojournalism for his book, Outside the Dream. American Photo named him one of the 15 Most Underrated Photographers.
CHI YIN SIM Photograph taken in Guangzhou, China, 2015 Chi Yin Sim is a photographer based in Beijing and a member of VII Photo Agency. She is on the British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch list of photographers in 2014. She shoots regularly for The New York Times and her work has appeared in The New Yorker, TIME, Le Monde, Newsweek, Vogue USA and many more. In 2010 she was awarded a Magnum Foundation “Photography and Human Rights” fellowship at New York University.
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ASA SJÖSTRÖM Photograph taken in Baroncea, Moldova, 2014 Asa Sjöström’s work focuses on international understanding, human equal rights, and the situations of women and children around the world. She has been awarded in POYI, twice in World Press Photo, and multiple times in the Swedish Picture of the Year Award. Her work has been given numerous grants such as the Catchlight Activist Award (2015), honorable mentions in the Unicef Picture of the Year Award and the Swedish Red Cross Journalism Award.
SCOTT STERNBACH Photograph taken in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, AK, 2011 Photo Sponsors: Jack and Sheila Wiggins Scott Sternbach began his career as a photographer in the late 1970’s. Today Scott directs the photography program at LaGuardia Community College. His recent awards include a National Science Foundation Antarctic Fellowship, an exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History and a Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs grant.
FRÉDÉRIC STUCIN Photograph taken in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, 2010 Frédéric Stucin is a Paris-based photographer. While his work is focused on shooting personalities for the press, he enjoys street photography as well, shooting in cities across the world. Along with a yearly exhibition at the MAP Festival of Toulouse, he is currently working on a project in Las Vegas.
LOUISA MARIE SUMMER Photograph taken in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, 2007 Photo Sponsor: Kirk Walston Louisa Marie Summer, born 1983, studied photo-design in Munich and achieved her Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, Rhode Island. Louisa Marie Summer’s photographs have been exhibited internationally, at CNA Centre National de l’Audiovisuel, Dudelange, Luxemburg; Imago Fotokunst Berlin and several more. Her work has been featured in several leading publications and is placed in museums and private collections.
TATSUO SUZUKI Photograph taken in Tokyo Japan, 2015 Photo Sponsors: Stan and Rena Corbett Tatsuo Suzuki is a photographer from Taiwan who started shooting street photography in 2008. His style, a blend that shows the beauty and cruelty of the world, has garnished him many accolades. Suzuki has won awards from 1x.com, Black and White Spider, PX3, Sony World Photography Awards, IPA and more. He’s been included in exhibitions in Shanghai, Tokyo, London and Ecuador.
PATRICK SWIRC Photograph taken in Mumbai, India, 2007 Patrick Swirc is photographer who specializes in portraiture. He lives and works in France.
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ERNIE TEH Photograph taken in Trinidad, Cuba, 2013 Photo Sponsors: A.T. and Peggy Jennette Ernie Teh is a travel photographer and writer and is currently the Managing Editor of PCP Publications (www.pcp2u.com.my). Travel photography is both profession and passion for Teh, whose work has been featured in Travelmate Magazine, Travelution Magazine and Photo Creator Magazine. “By putting a lens between the human eye and the world (he) creates a way to see the unseen…”
JOHN TROTTER Photograph taken in Wanlaweyn, Somalia, 1992 A native of Missouri, John Trotter worked as a newspaper photojournalist for four teen years until March 24, 1997 when he was nearly beaten to death by a half-dozen young men while on assignment for The Sacramento Bee. During his long recovery from that attack he photographed at Sierra Gates in Granite Bay, California, a brain injury rehabilitation residence, where he had lived after his release from the hospital. The photographs have become the hear t of a book, The Burden of Memory, which is for thcoming.
JOHN VACHON Photograph taken in Chicago, IL, 1940 Photo Sponsors: Doug and Susan Jones John F. Vachon (1914–1975) was an American photographer who worked for the FSA. The hallmark of this style of photography is the portrayal of people and places encountered on the street, unembellished by the beautifying contrivances used by calendar and public relations photographers. April 2016
Photograph taken in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2015 Umberto Verdoliva is an Italian photographer based in Treviso. After taking an interest in photography in 2006, he was invited to join the collective, VIVO, in 2010. Three years later he founded SPONTANEA, a group consisting of exclusively Italian photographers. The winner of numerous national and international prizes, Verdoliva is also a contributor to multiple specialist publications. Some of his most important acknowledgments include: the Sony World Photography Awards (2009), finalist for the CIFA award (2013), Audience Award at the Miami Street Photography Festival (2014) and third place at the Moscow International Fotography Awards (2015).
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JOHN VINK Photograph taken in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 1991 John Vink, born in Belgium, studied photography at a fine arts school in 1968 and began working as a freelance journalist three years later. He joined Agence Vu in 1986 and won the Eugene Smith Award for his work Water in the Sahel, a photo-essay on the management of water South of the Sahara. Vink became a full member of Magnum Photos in 1997. He is based in Cambodia since 2000 and published Avoir 20 Ans à Phnom Penh that year.
DANIEL WESSELL Photograph taken in Pine Ridge, SD, 2012 Daniel Wessell’s photography is a “multi-facetted melting pot of empowerment and selfdiscovery.” Since 2011, he has photographed the Oglala Sioux of South Dakota and life as it exists on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Over these years his photography has evolved from a general look at Lakota society to the study and teaching of photography and B&W darkroom photographic processes to young people from 7 to 24-years-old.
GRAY WHITLEY Photograph taken in Wilson, NC, 2012 Photo Sponsor: Peter Fitzpatrick Gray Whitley is an award winning visual journalist with a background in graphic design and cultural anthropology.
Photograph taken in San Tong, China, 2014 Gao Yuan explores the multi-layered arts of a society in her still photography and short films. In her two recent series, “Twelve Moons” and “Graffiti,” she blends the roots of western and eastern culture and shows how cultural identity is shaped by socio-political environments. Her work has been displayed in Europe, Taiwan, China and the United States. Yuan studied fine art in Taiwan and attended the New York Film Academy. Her work was selected for Grand Prize at Kaunas Biennial (2012).
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