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Monday 8 November 2010

Features and Essays – Lynsey Addario: Suicide in Herat (NYT: November 2010) Afghanistan

Features and Essays – Ruben Reyes: An Ancient Culture in Mountainous Mexico (NYT Lens: November 2010)

Photographers – Ruben Reyes : website

Features and Essays – Rian Dundon: To Be Young and Cool in Burma (TIME: November 2010) The twenty-somethings who will inherit the country’s future

Exhibitions – Guardian: The month in photography (Guardian: November 2010) Guide to the 20 best photographic exhibitions and books

World Press Photo exhibition is opening in London this week…BBC’s Culture Show is going to have a piece on it on Thursday, and two of the UK winners (there were others too, of course), Nick Cobbing and Zed Nelson, should be on camera….

I saw the exhibition already in Perpignan, but the London opening event includes an interview session with several winners and judges from the 2010 World Press Photo Contest moderated by Jon Levy, founder of Foto8, so I’ll definitely go and of course the winning photographs are worth seeing again… including this…

Nature: 2nd prize singles:  Nick Cobbing, United Kingdom, for Greenpeace International.

TV BBC Culture Show : Thursday, 19:00 on BBC Two (England, Scotland only) : Sarfraz Manzoor investigates the winning images of the 2010 World Press Photo competition, and Paul Auster talks about his latest book Sunset Park.

Interviews Lauren Greenfield (Institute: 2010)

Competitions BD Hope for a Healthy World Photo Competition : November 30, 2010

Kael Alford told me about this…

multiMediaEl Puercoespin : a new website based in Buenos Aires committed to publishing a new photo essay every two weeks. They are always looking for submissions. Some of the previous submissions.

Thanks Kael!

Articles – BBC: The funeral photographer (BBC: November 2010) “A professional photographer from London has found a niche in the market for taking family pictures. Priscilla Etienne has started up a business charging £500 to take photos at funerals. She says she wants to “descarify” the grieving process.”

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

November 8, 2010 at 11:10 am

Posted in photojournalism