LFISonderhefte / Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2014



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    LFI Sonderhefte / Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2014

    • Martin Kollar: The Slovak photographer’s 'Field Trip' series taken in Israel, has earned him the 2014 Leica Oskar Barnack Award.

      Francesco Anselmi: 'Xenios Zeus': a haunting look at the social upheavals in Greece – a society sliding downhill.

      Ben Brody: With 'Endgame Afghanistan' the former army reporter reveals daily life for US troops.

      Patrick Willocq: 'I Am Walé. Respect Me' – the rituals of the primipara women of the Ekonda Pygmies in Central Africa.

      Max Cabello Orcasitas: The wounds of the civil war in an isolated and forgotten corner of Peru: 'Chungui Grief'.

      Ilan Godfrey: The 'Legacy of the Mine' series shows the decline of humans and nature surrounding mining in South Africa.

      Alvaro Deprit: 'Suspension' – first home in a foreign land: the life of young migrants in temporary housing in Italy.

      Emeric Lhuisset: The provocative series 'Theater of War' – a tableau vivant of Kurdish guerrillas fighting in Iraq.

      Alfonso Moral: 'Shadows of Tripoli' – the Syrian civil war finds its mirror image in the neighbouring Lebanon.

      Alisa Resnik: For her 'One Another' series, the Russian photographer wandered through the streets of Berlin at night.

      Alejandro Cegarra: The 'Torre de David' office building in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, occupied by Chávez supporters.
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