Thursday 3 June 2010
MSF and VII Photo initiative Starved for Attention is now live! Have a look!
Features and Essays – Marcus Bleasdale: Djibouti (Starved For Attention: June 2010)
Interviews – Ashley Gilbertson (e-photoreview.com: June 2010)
Interviews – Lauren Greenfield (BJP: June 2010)
Interviews – Jodi Bieber (BJP: June 2010)
Features and Essays – Dominic Nahr: What Soccer Means to South Africa (TIME: June 2010) Soccer is deeply woven into the culture and politics of SA
Articles – PDN: What Are You Packing For the World Cup? (PDN: June 2010) “This month, hundreds of photographers around the world will be descending on stadiums in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and other spots around South Africa to cover the month-long sports story that is the World Cup. For the first time in its history, the tournament is taking place on the African continent, and photographers will have to adjust to covering the events in wintertime. We called on photographers—both World Cup veterans and newcomers—to find out what gear they’re bringing, how they’ve prepared, and what they’re most looking forward to about covering the most popular sporting event in the world.”
Features and Essays – Marco di Lauro: Pumwani Maternity Ward (Reportage by Getty Images: June 2010)
Features and Essays – Paula Bronstein: Mongolia’s Unforgiving Freeze (NYT Lens: June 2010)
Exhibitions – Telegraph : ‘The City Stripped Bare’ at the Magnum Print Room, London (Telegraph: June 2010) Glinn, Freed, Goldberg, Zachmann and D’Agata | The exhibition photographs on the Magnum Photos website.
Articles – Guardian: Photographer Giacomo Brunelli’s best shot (Guardian: June 2010)
Blogs – Telegraph21 | “telegraph21 (t21) is a curated video magazine that focuses on non-fiction storytelling and art from around the world. We feature a new, short (ten minutes or less), interactive video package every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Our goal is to make international documentaries and art videos accessible to a wide audience, connect viewers to great ideas and organizations, and give filmmakers, journalists, and film festival organizers a top-notch venue to promote their work.”