Photography in conflict zones is crucial as it portrays the events taking place there and allows the world to understand the situation. “The main reason that we are in the field is to report as much as possible the truth and reality that we are witnessing.” Interview: Rola Zamzameh* […]
Known professionally as Reza, he is an Iranian-French photojournalist known for his powerful work capturing the resilience and suffering of humanity in conflict zones worldwide. With a career spanning decades, his storytelling through images has shed light on the human cost of war and displacement, emphasizing the importance of empathy.
The only explanation for a critic judging the work of an artist is that he thinks the artist seeks to be a critic-and no one tells them otherwise. “Those who know music create it, those who know less teach it, those who know less still organise it, and those who […]
Impact strategies (visual, auditory…) as a form of struggle for some social movements today are not always effective against the system that they are critical of. The danger of these methods is that the epidermal impacts are merely substitutes for profound changes. It is what the popular wisdom would describe […]
“Displaced” … This word is used to encompass the lives of those caught up in one of the worst humanitarian crises this century. People are doing everything they can to continue their daily lives as if there were no war. The Prisma’ memoirs. Cristina Lago In September […]